Weekly Dish: Slice of Japan in Southeast Texas

The Banzai Special

Aristotle once said, “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.” No establishment proves this more than Tokyo Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar. 

The Japanese eatery in Beaumont, which first opened its doors on Dowlen Road in 1996, has proved in its more than 20 years of business that excellence takes time and commitment. Tokyo’s offering of delicious food and unique experiences to Southeast Texas has been a staple to the area, and for good reason.

Tokyo offers two main dining experiences with different atmospheres, though both offer the same menu. The first is the grill, which allows diners to sit around a grill and watch their food be prepared right in front of them, often with well timed jokes, fun cooking performances and a personable chef making the night one to remember. The other is the sushi side, which allows customers wanting a more intimate dinner to enjoy the delicious cuisine in a traditional style of seating with their friends and family. 

The menu also has a variety of foods to fit different lifestyles, with Lean Lifestyle choices pointed out on the menu.

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