Tokyo One Japanese Restaurant
4350 Belt Line Rd, Addison, TX 75001
Phone: (972) 386-0666
Fax Number: (972) 386-0666
Fax: (972) 386-0666
Tokyo One of Addison, L.P.
Bike Parking: No
Good For Groups: Yes
Good for Kids: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Take Out: No
Cuisines: Japanese, Asian, Caterers, Family Style, Sushi
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
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Decor looks good. Food was not fresh when we got there. it tested like it had been sitting there for a while. When we asked to leave because we didn't like the food, the manager made a remark that she has 300 clients that don't complain. The manager told us we have pay for one of the meal even thought we didn't eat anything. she even told us that we might as well eat the food because she is going to charge us anyway. I didn't understand what she was implying.
12/15/2011Provided by Citysearch -
This place has turned into an awful restaurant. I have tried it many times in the past and it used to be a very good buffet for the price and the sushi they served. The last experience I had (Couple of days ago for lunch) was terrible. The sushi was not fresh fish, mostly cheap rolls, buffet trays were empty and the price has gone up by $4 for lunch. The service is still good.
Tokyo One made me feel like I was sitting in an authentic Japanese restaurant. The foods and services were great. Not to mention, there were plenty of selections on the buffet line. I am impress with the overall qualities and made this place my frequent dine out. Family and friends were satisfied with my referral. Give this place a try and see it for yourself.
04/02/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I love the selection of seafood! The buffet offers everything from California rolls to authentic sashimi. They even have a small section for the non-sushi lovers with plenty of tasty options.
Their dessert section is pretty good.
And if you have room... ask your waiter for some green tea icecream! It's unique and delicious (and I believe included in the price you pay for the buffet.)
The only downside is this place is too expensive to eat at on a regular basis -- I believe lunch is about $15 per person and dinner is $22ish.
I go here every year on my birthday. It's so worth it!
06/15/2008Provided by Citysearch -
This is was my first time to go there..new in town...I thought it was great...I was able to eat all the sushi I wanted and sashimi was soo great!!!! and they had a big desert bar and Habatchi grill...soo much to choose from...all that for 20.99..I will be going back.
Moderately priced (around $25/person). The food selection is pretty good. There were other choices for people who didn't want sushi and their dessert selection was moderate. The food itself was tasty. Just FYI, be careful with the bowl of wasabi it can be pretty strong. I enjoyed it, wished the atmosphere was a bit better though.
01/07/2008Provided by Citysearch -
If I lived in DFW, this would be my weekly sushi spot. As many have noted the restaurant offers an all you can eat deal for about $30 (including a drink) and you can choose from hibachi faves like teriyaki chicken, beef, short ribs or soups, salads, shabu ""pan"" goodies, or my favorite-sushi, sashimi, and sushi rolls. Although the morsels of rolls are small it gave me the opportunity to try rolls I don't usually like like spicy salmon or ones with tempura. I prefer non-fried foods when i go out for sushi! The restaurant has ample parking, it wasn't too crowded on a Thursday evening, and the seating area gave me a home-cabin, comfy feel. The food was outstanding, the chefs were friendly and eager to answer questions, and the customer service was great. If you love to gorge on sushi and are in the DFW area, stop by Tokyo One in Addison. You will not be disappointed! I'm going back this week!
Worst experience of my life having lunch at Tokyo One, there was a cockroach on our table , we called the waitress and she killed it on out table and wiped it off with the napkin. We got hold of the manger and told her what happened and she was "Cockroaches are every where even in my house " and then I said how would you like it if it was on your table with your chopsticks and fork sitting right next to it and she said "it's ok". I am never going to the restaurant again although the food was good but when the manager is comfortable with roaches, we can imagine how the kitchen feels too. The waitress gave us the same 10% discount. We even tipped em. I called the health department and left a complain with them I think you should do it too.
11/01/2007Provided by Citysearch -
First off, you can't complain the like jenle about having a service charge for large groups. ANYWHERE you go there is a service charge, and it's usually 18% not 15%. You thought you could avoid it by splitting your bill? That's so cheap and dishonest, of course they're going to add 15% to each person's bill, 15% of $100 is still the same as 15% of four $25 checks, genius.
Now down to the important part, which is the food. The buffet section is set up so that most everyone in your party can find something they love. Sushi selection at dinner is amazing, it would cost you $200 to eat like this at a normal sushi place and that is NO exaggeration. My faves were the rolls, but my group seemed to gobble up the sashimi the most, They've also got a pretty good selection of cooked stuff and salads, the best was the fresh teppanyaki grill where they grill stuff fresh for you. The dessert section is really good, almost feels like one of those fancy hotel brunch layouts with the variety of desserts. Service was pretty good for the most part. I don't think people know how hard it is to handle so many plates, tables and drinks all at once. We had to wait a little sometimes, but the managers where always around when we needed them.
Food quality and selection seems really important here, and they maintain cleanliness pretty well. Overall a pretty good blend of being an upper-end atmosphere without being snobby. Customers seemed pretty dressed up for this place.
We got great service for our party of 18, and no we didn't pay 15% tip. We paid 15% plus another 5% because the whole experience rocked. My whole party loved it and has been bugging me about going back ever since.
My Husband and I went to dinner one night. He got some salad from the buffet area, as he was eating it I notice something on his plate and thought it was a raisin...and it happened to be a small roach. We were so disgusted. We are nice people and we didn't make a scene or anything. The waiter gave us a 10% VIP discount card...can you believe that! We just paid our tab with a tip and left quietly. We���ve never been back since. I still have the 10% VIP discount card if anyone is interested to have roaches for dinner.
We have eaten at Tokyo One many times. The food is fresh and that is the best thing you could ask for with sushi. The dinner is worth the extra money. They have a much larger selection at night and if you do not like sushi they have plenty that you will like. Just let them know what you would like and if they can they will do it. Just ask the waitstaff or the manager on duty.
You will not be disappointed