Sakura Asian Bistro

In Sakura Asian Bistro, guests can choose their favorite delicious sushi and rolls from the menu and be sure of the quality of their preparation, as all dishes appear on the table only “from under the knife” and only from the freshest and environmentally friendly products. At the same time, the ingredients are traditionally subjected to minimal processing to preserve the taste bestowed by nature itself. Magic delicacies from a variety of seafood can please any gourmet and lover of land!

Sakura Asian Bistro cooks are always happy to try for you, because they are some of the best in their business, and the quality of ingredients is always tracked with incredible rigor.
Japanese dishes in Sakura Asian Bistro are loved by men for their diversity, and for relatively low calorie and lightness are women, but both of them celebrate wonderful taste combinations of traditional rice, fish, caviar, vegetables and other ingredients! In the modern world, we often suffer from a lack of protein food, which is so important for our health, to make up for the lack of protein easily, if only occasionally to eat Japanese cuisine, and if it is also fantastically tasty.

Sakura Asian Bistro Open Hours

Mon11:00 am – 10:00 pm
Tue11:00 am – 10:00 pm
Wed11:00 am – 10:00 pm
Thu11:00 am – 10:00 pm
Fri11:00 am – 10:30 pm
Sat11:00 am – 10:30 pm
Sun12:00 pm – 10:00 pm

More info about Sakura Asian Bistro

Takes ReservationsYes
Accepts Credit CardsYes
Accepts Apple PayNo
Accepts BitcoinNo
ParkingPrivate Lot
Bike ParkingYes
Good for KidsYes
Good for GroupsYes
Noise LevelQuiet
AlcoholFull Bar
Outdoor SeatingNo
Has TVYes

The cuisine of the Land of the Rising Sun has a minimum of 3 distinctive features:

  • no meat dishes, because in Japan since olden times cattle have not been bred;
  • rice they have special varieties, which is quite difficult to find in ordinary stores and supermarkets;
  • most dishes are served raw or with minimal heat treatment.

These rules apply only to classical cuisine, but because of the high demand for author’s dishes, many chefs slightly violate the list of ingredients and the technological process. This can not be considered disrespectful or unauthorized, because, in fact, such experiments sometimes give rise to real masterpieces, emphasize the individuality of the restaurant. Meat (beef and pork) came to Japanese cuisine rather late from European and Chinese. Meat is a part of many dishes, usually borrowed, for example, ramen is often served with a piece of pork.