Great Sushi and Dessert.
I'm but a casual Sushi fan. I love the stuff, but can't say I know a ton about the different rolls that are out there. Osaka was great because it had colorful pictures that illustrated the delicious different rolls. I had the "Ultimate Osaka" which I believe was a Dragon Roll with some kind of crab center. It was very good. For dessert I had the "Dream Boda" which was peanut butter and chocolate with a caramel center. Needless to say it was great. I would highly recommend Osaka.
Great Food, Great Teppan Entertainment with reasonable prices!!!!.
Finally a local Teppan and Sushi Restaurant worth going to. Took my family out to Osaka for the first time and the sushi was very good as well as the food and teppan show. Impressive!!!
Best sushi in town.
Osaka has the best sushi in town. The japanese lasagne is simply amazing. We eat here several times a month at both locations and it's always great. The service is always great. Our water glasses are never empty and our plates are always promptly cleared.
My wife, who hates sushi with a passion, keeps suggesting that we go back here. My four year old son keeps saying "I want to go to the room where you take your shoes off! (tatami) And I want to eat Japanese Chicken Nuggets! (Chicken Katsu)". The sushi is divine and they offer a lot of unique choices such as "Kai's Special", a mix of cream cheese, eel, avacado, and spicy tuna and the "Orange Bowl", seafood served in half an orange. Overall, very recommended for anyone who likes .. well. Anything. I've been there with up to eight people and have always been served well.
The oldest Japanese restaurant in town has withstood the test of time and competition.. In Short The friendly and informative sushi chefs at Osaka have been keeping neophytes and experts satisfied with standard and sometimes not-so-standard sashimi and sushi, expertly sliced and uniquely presented. Classics include toro (fatty tuna belly sashimi), tekkamaki (rolled and sliced tuna roll with seaweed) and unagi (grilled sweet and smokey eel). Tatami rooms cater to small or large parties while hibachi tables fill up fast on weekends with those seeking some pyrotechnics with their teriyaki.