What are some of the best Japanese restaurants in the Clear Lake Area? Japanese restaurants are not the most common restaurants but they are definitely some of the more interesting restaurants to eat at. They have similar food to other Asian cuisines such as Chinese and Thai but have a distinct flair to them that can definitely leave consumers coming back for more. Here are some of the best of them in the Clear Lake Area.
Masa Sushi Sake Bar
Decorated within hints of (though not dominated by) Eastern design, Masa Sushi Sake Bar is a great place to dine at for fine Japanese dining. While the lunch menu is very limited, the dinner menu is far better, featuring many traditional Japanese items such as sushi as well as foods more familiar to Americans so that no matter a person’s preference, their needs are covered. The waitstaff is friendly and for the most part speaks clear English so there is no need to worry about that.
The restaurant is in the Bay Colony Town Center shopping center on 646 on the Dickinson/League City border, just down the way from H-E-B and right adjacent to the H-E-B gas station.
For more information, the phone number is (281) 337-1288.
Samurai Steak & Sushi
Samurai Steak and Sushi is a Japanese restaurant known for (obviously) it’s succulent steaks, great tasting sashimi and high quality seafood. And the best part about it is that the prices are more reasonable than almost any Japanese restaurant out there.
A must try is the Mango Mouse desert, which some have described as “heavenly.”
The restaurant, at 133 West Bay Area Blvd in Webster, is open for lunch from 11:00 am-2:30 pm, 5:00 pm-10:00 pm for dinner on Monday-Friday and is open noon-11pm on Saturday and 11:30-10:00 pm on Sundays. The phone number is (281)338-0809.
For those trying to get lunch after a visit to Johnson Space Center in Clear Lake, a good place to visit is the Tokyo Bowl at 2402 Bay Area Blvd, not far from NASA. Numerous customers have commented on the restaurants great sushi. Some say it lacks a certain ambiance and atmosphere to make it a greta place to eat but the reality is that if the food doesn’t taste great, then what else matters? A person won’t have a good time no matter where they go.
For more information, please call (281) 480-5311.