DENVER, CO - Are you planning to have a Japanese lunch or dinner? Don't worry, here are three recommendations for Japanese restaurants in Denver that serve a variety of sushi, ramen, to udon that can whet your appetite.
One Japanese restaurant with a distinctive interior with a Japanese rural background and seats made of tree trunks is the Domo Restaurant. Chef Gaku Homma deliberately makes the restaurant atmosphere unique so that visitors have an exciting dining experience.
Most of the ingredients come directly from Northern Japan. Every fish, meat and vegetable go through various checks to maintain freshness and quality. Ebi Tempura, Spicy Poki Maguro Don and Unagi Don are some of the special menus at Domo Restaurant.
Benihana is one of the oldest Japanese restaurants that have been around since 1964 and, to date, has 70 branches across the United States. Benihana has its uniqueness by carrying out a typical Japanese rural concept complete with steel teppanyaki grills and skilled chefs using their knives.
Customers can see the process of cooking meat and fish directly through the hibachi grill table. Don't forget to try some of their mainstay menus such as Ramen Chashu, Tonkotsu, Colossal Shrimp and Ocean Treasure.
One of the privileges at Izakaya Den is their patio room, with a view of the twinkling lights outside. Not only Japanese cuisine, but the Izakaya Den also serves international cuisine. Gluten-free options are also available for customers with allergy problems.
Duck Udon, Gyoza, Edamame, Shrimp and Vegetable Tempura will make customers addicted. Don't forget to also not to miss their happy hour promo.
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