After having a serious sushi craving and checking the reviews, we decided to try something new.
Tokyo Japanese Restaurant is tucked away in Nichols Hills in a stand alone white and black house. The decor is austere and simple and could probably use some freshening.
The menu is varied and has something for everyone. We had udon noodles, a philly roll, agedashi (deep fried tofu), Kama (fish cheeks), hand roll and edamame (soy beans).
All the hot food was expertly prepared and the fish was fresh and excellent. The agedashi could have been cooked at a higher temp as they were on the oily side. The presentation and prep overall was fine and the added oil certainly did not stop me from eating the whole thing!
I have to say...the highlight was the fish cheeks. I had become accustomed to having them in Seattle but this was the first time I had found them in OKC. They were the best I have had. It was a hugely, generous portion that was cooked to perfection. The fish fell away in wonderful, moist sections that was perfectly salted.
Dinner was excellent and we are looking forward to checking out more of the extensive menu.
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