Tokyo One

★★★★☆
  • 4350 Belt Line Rd

    Addison, TX 75001

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  • 972-386-8899

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Absolutely the best sushi in Dallas. I live in Frisco and drive down here for this place. The sushi is fresh and the service is superb.Tokyo One has received many award including FOODNETWORK awards. I highly recommend this restaurant!

3
★★★★★

Absolutely the best sushi in Dallas. I live in Frisco and drive down here for this place. The sushi is fresh and the service is superb.Tokyo One has received many award including FOODNETWORK awards. I highly recommend this restaurant!

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I love this place! Even though sometimes they're busy, you still get fresh foods and SUSHI!!! They manger is really nice. Though my favorite thing is the fried rice, I've never tried the sushi and I might try it next time I go there. :D

3
★★★★★

I love this place! Even though sometimes they're busy, you still get fresh foods and SUSHI!!! They manger is really nice. Though my favorite thing is the fried rice, I've never tried the sushi and I might try it next time I go there. :D

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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

3
★★★★★

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

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I really love seafood but I had never been to Tokyo One before. Recently, my friend invited me to go there to celebrate her birthday. The place is very clean and cozy, the manager and our waiter were really nice to us, and I think from now on it will be my favorite seafood buffet!!! They have a really big selection of fresh, yummy, and very tasty food.
My husband wasn't really looking forward to going because he isn't a big fan of seafood. But, even he enjoyed this place because other than a seafood buffet, they had a grill section. They also had very fresh shish kebabs that they cooked right under your eyes.
If you really love sushi this might not be the place for you, because the sushi section was small. But if you are a seafood lover this is definitely the place for you.
At the end we were very surprised that the waiters were generous enough to give my friend a gift of two tea cups in a box.
This was great experience and we will definitely come back again!!!

5
★★★★★

I really love seafood but I had never been to Tokyo One before. Recently, my friend invited me to go there to celebrate her birthday. The place is very clean and cozy, the manager and our waiter were really nice to us, and I think from now on it will be my favorite seafood buffet!!! They have a really big selection of fresh, yummy, and very tasty food.
My husband wasn't really looking forward to going because he isn't a big fan of seafood. But, even he enjoyed this place because other than a seafood buffet, they had a grill section. They also had very fresh shish kebabs that they cooked right under your eyes.
If you really love sushi this might not be the place for you, because the sushi section was small. But if you are a seafood lover this is definitely the place for you.
At the end we were very surprised that the waiters were generous enough to give my friend a gift of two tea cups in a box.
This was great experience and we will definitely come back again!!!

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ok but not worth the price. Used to have lobster but no longer. The quality of sushi and other food you can find at better-priced restaurants. So what sets this place apart? nothing.

2
★★☆☆☆

ok but not worth the price. Used to have lobster but no longer. The quality of sushi and other food you can find at better-priced restaurants. So what sets this place apart? nothing.

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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!

2
★★★★★

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!

Pros: Very very good food

Cons: expensive

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good combination of sushi and desert. pirce very reasonable, considering the sushi deal. ..........................................................................

2
★★★★★

good combination of sushi and desert. pirce very reasonable, considering the sushi deal. ..........................................................................

Pros: price

Cons: traffic

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Fantastically fresh sushi! Been there for a long time so you know it's gotta' be fresh! If you're looking for an impressive dinner oreder a boat full of sushi. It's a fun way to impress a large party.

4
★★★★☆

Fantastically fresh sushi! Been there for a long time so you know it's gotta' be fresh! If you're looking for an impressive dinner oreder a boat full of sushi. It's a fun way to impress a large party.

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I would not recommend this place to anyone who is familiar with true Japanese cuisine, or has a sense for authenticity. It is strictly geared for the indulgent person wishing to gorge themselves with heaps of cheap food.

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★★★☆☆

I would not recommend this place to anyone who is familiar with true Japanese cuisine, or has a sense for authenticity. It is strictly geared for the indulgent person wishing to gorge themselves with heaps of cheap food.

Pros: More food than you can shake a stick at

Cons: Really low quality fish, meats and poultry. Not a Japanese owned or operated sushi restaurant.

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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.

2
★★★★★

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.

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For a asian buffet, including sushi, the price and value can't be beat. It's a great time to try new things, too. The atmosphere is great, fun for larger groups, too. Would recommend highly.

4
★★★★☆

For a asian buffet, including sushi, the price and value can't be beat. It's a great time to try new things, too. The atmosphere is great, fun for larger groups, too. Would recommend highly.

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I went to Tokyo One for their lunch buffet. They had an extensive selection of dishes, including sushi. The regular buffet items were OK and in some cases good. The sushi was just OK (which is maybe about the best you can expect from a buffet).

3
★★★☆☆

I went to Tokyo One for their lunch buffet. They had an extensive selection of dishes, including sushi. The regular buffet items were OK and in some cases good. The sushi was just OK (which is maybe about the best you can expect from a buffet).

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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!

2
★★★★★

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!

Pros: all you can eat buffet for $27, ample parking, open well layed out area

Cons: dessert table, but who goes to a sushi spot for dessert?

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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.

2
★★★★★

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.

Pros: Amazing selection of food for the price. Value cannot be compared to anyplace.

Cons: Was a little busy when we went so it seemed kind of crowded.

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I researched for the best sushi buffet in Dallas and could'nt find anything except Tokyo One, I have heard mixed reviews about this place. Personally, I think this place is over rated. The chefs there are chinese, not Japanese. They serve both sashimi and sushi for lunch. I am a big sushi fan and I used to go to the best sushi places in California. I am very disappointed with their poor quality sushi. The sashimi is not fresh and it is as tough as the eraser.
When I left the restaurant, I over heard a woman who looked like the boss there screaming at her employee in Mandarin. I was like,"what the heck?". I left right away and I will never never go back there again.

1
★☆☆☆☆

I researched for the best sushi buffet in Dallas and could'nt find anything except Tokyo One, I have heard mixed reviews about this place. Personally, I think this place is over rated. The chefs there are chinese, not Japanese. They serve both sashimi and sushi for lunch. I am a big sushi fan and I used to go to the best sushi places in California. I am very disappointed with their poor quality sushi. The sashimi is not fresh and it is as tough as the eraser.
When I left the restaurant, I over heard a woman who looked like the boss there screaming at her employee in Mandarin. I was like,"what the heck?". I left right away and I will never never go back there again.

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This is the restaurant the sold me on Sushi! We stopped by when in Dallas for a conference and have made trips back just to visit this restaurant. There is a Sushi bar in the middle of the restaurant where you can view the sushi being made fresh. I mean FRESH. There is also available cooked fare for the faint of heart and sushi with cooked shrimp, etc. Price is excellent for this all you care to eat buffet. Service is excellent. If you love sushi, or care to try *good* sushi, this is the place!

5
★★★★★

This is the restaurant the sold me on Sushi! We stopped by when in Dallas for a conference and have made trips back just to visit this restaurant. There is a Sushi bar in the middle of the restaurant where you can view the sushi being made fresh. I mean FRESH. There is also available cooked fare for the faint of heart and sushi with cooked shrimp, etc. Price is excellent for this all you care to eat buffet. Service is excellent. If you love sushi, or care to try *good* sushi, this is the place!

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I would not recommend anyone going here in a big group of peoples. They will add on small charges which adds up. I was here with about 15 peoples on different bills. They did not return the correct amount of change to some of my friends and they had over $70 worth of tips already (15% of tip was added in each person's bill)!

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★★★☆☆

I would not recommend anyone going here in a big group of peoples. They will add on small charges which adds up. I was here with about 15 peoples on different bills. They did not return the correct amount of change to some of my friends and they had over $70 worth of tips already (15% of tip was added in each person's bill)!

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If you are looking for real sushi, you shouldnt eat here. Most of their fish is frozen, not fresh. The other stuff on the buffet is good, like the udon. They do have a big variety for those who want to try out sushi for the first time.

1
★★★☆☆

If you are looking for real sushi, you shouldnt eat here. Most of their fish is frozen, not fresh. The other stuff on the buffet is good, like the udon. They do have a big variety for those who want to try out sushi for the first time.

Pros: quick, variety

Cons: freshness

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SUSHI BUFFET
Those are two words which really should not go together, because sushi goes bad pretty quickly and develops that ugly fishy smell. Tokyo One's sushi rollers are right there at the sushi buffet counter making more sushi, as the ones there move fast.

The place has the old standbys (california roll, spicy tuna, etc.), however they also offer a wide array of unique delights. There are multiple varieties of fresh sushi, sashimi, and seafood salads (try the squid salad if you're brave enough). If that doesn't catch your fancy you can try a wide variety of hot foods including grilled chicken, lamb chops, salmon steak, customized soups, and lots of hibachi goodness. The only thing I don't like about the food is the strange smell that collects around the deep fryer, possibly due to the kind of oil they use.

During dinner hours and lunch on the weekend they have a "Shabu Shabu", which consists of a portable stove and pot filled with soup brought to your table. You can dump all the raw meats and vegetables into the pot for boiling to your liking. I didn't see what the big fuss was about, but my friends were having a ball with it.

Desserts are rather uncommon, but not unwelcome. Along with creme brule, flan, and tapioca there's also some bizarre deserts like green tea cake and Japanese lime cheesecake. Don't forget to ask about their ice cream flavors including such yummy oddites as green tea and red bean (trust me, they taste better than they sound).

The atmosphere is very pleasant, with very prompt service. Japanese artwork decorates the dark wood paneling on the walls, and for some reason the restaurant has wooden shutters on the windows. The place is very clean, and has no fishy smell at all.

This is a great place to go if you're just get acquainted with sushi and don't know if you'll like it. It's also a great bargain compared to normal sushi bars.

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★★★★★

SUSHI BUFFET
Those are two words which really should not go together, because sushi goes bad pretty quickly and develops that ugly fishy smell. Tokyo One's sushi rollers are right there at the sushi buffet counter making more sushi, as the ones there move fast.

The place has the old standbys (california roll, spicy tuna, etc.), however they also offer a wide array of unique delights. There are multiple varieties of fresh sushi, sashimi, and seafood salads (try the squid salad if you're brave enough). If that doesn't catch your fancy you can try a wide variety of hot foods including grilled chicken, lamb chops, salmon steak, customized soups, and lots of hibachi goodness. The only thing I don't like about the food is the strange smell that collects around the deep fryer, possibly due to the kind of oil they use.

During dinner hours and lunch on the weekend they have a "Shabu Shabu", which consists of a portable stove and pot filled with soup brought to your table. You can dump all the raw meats and vegetables into the pot for boiling to your liking. I didn't see what the big fuss was about, but my friends were having a ball with it.

Desserts are rather uncommon, but not unwelcome. Along with creme brule, flan, and tapioca there's also some bizarre deserts like green tea cake and Japanese lime cheesecake. Don't forget to ask about their ice cream flavors including such yummy oddites as green tea and red bean (trust me, they taste better than they sound).

The atmosphere is very pleasant, with very prompt service. Japanese artwork decorates the dark wood paneling on the walls, and for some reason the restaurant has wooden shutters on the windows. The place is very clean, and has no fishy smell at all.

This is a great place to go if you're just get acquainted with sushi and don't know if you'll like it. It's also a great bargain compared to normal sushi bars.

Pros: Prompt service, thrifty meal for sushi

Cons: strange smell coming from deep fryer

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what can i say... the food is great here... variety in everything~!
i would recommend anyone to this restaurant... great experience....

2
★★★★★

what can i say... the food is great here... variety in everything~!
i would recommend anyone to this restaurant... great experience....

Pros: price

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Excellent spread of food, fresh sushi & sashimi, wide array of other Japanese cuisine. Crowded during weekends. Good value for money. Would definitely return again & highly recommend anyone who wants to savour Japanese food at one very reasonable price!!!

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★★★★★

Excellent spread of food, fresh sushi & sashimi, wide array of other Japanese cuisine. Crowded during weekends. Good value for money. Would definitely return again & highly recommend anyone who wants to savour Japanese food at one very reasonable price!!!

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I highly recommended for this restaurant, the food is great, the atmosphere is fun, and the service is really good. Especially, the fish are really fresh!

2
★★★★★

I highly recommended for this restaurant, the food is great, the atmosphere is fun, and the service is really good. Especially, the fish are really fresh!

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The Best Japinese in Town. I could not find a restraunt that was as good as Tokyo One. They have a lot of great stuff For people 10 and up. Everyone in Dallas Should try this place. Five Stars.

2
★★★★★

The Best Japinese in Town. I could not find a restraunt that was as good as Tokyo One. They have a lot of great stuff For people 10 and up. Everyone in Dallas Should try this place. Five Stars.

Pros: Great Food, Great Atmosphere, The Best

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I dont know how people can say this place doesnt rock!?! They have all sorts of fish that you dont normally see at other sushi places; White Tuna, Bluefin Marlin, Shark, etc. For $25 I stuffed myself and it left me wanting to go back for more!

2
★★★★★

I dont know how people can say this place doesnt rock!?! They have all sorts of fish that you dont normally see at other sushi places; White Tuna, Bluefin Marlin, Shark, etc. For $25 I stuffed myself and it left me wanting to go back for more!

Pros: Fast Seating, Great Selection, Good Parking

Cons: Too far for lunch!

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This is the best Japanese restaurant in Dallas!!! They have all kinds of sashimi, sushi, awesome deserts, hot pot (you get to chose what you put in), steak, tempura udon, crab, etc. It's a buffet, all you can eat, for $25/adult for dinner. It's fantastic!

2
★★★★★

This is the best Japanese restaurant in Dallas!!! They have all kinds of sashimi, sushi, awesome deserts, hot pot (you get to chose what you put in), steak, tempura udon, crab, etc. It's a buffet, all you can eat, for $25/adult for dinner. It's fantastic!

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I cannot believe anyone would rate Tokyo One above average. This is not good sushi, it is mass produced cheap cuts of fish. It's like saying Cici's makes the greatest pizza. For a buffet I think it's okay and serves a purpose - I actually like the tempura shrimp but that isn't exactly sushi.

1
★★★☆☆

I cannot believe anyone would rate Tokyo One above average. This is not good sushi, it is mass produced cheap cuts of fish. It's like saying Cici's makes the greatest pizza. For a buffet I think it's okay and serves a purpose - I actually like the tempura shrimp but that isn't exactly sushi.

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This restaurant has the best and freshest sushi I have ever tasted, and the customer service is awesome!!! Of all the things in and about Dallas I miss the most, Tokyo One follows only my 2 best friends!

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★★★★★

This restaurant has the best and freshest sushi I have ever tasted, and the customer service is awesome!!! Of all the things in and about Dallas I miss the most, Tokyo One follows only my 2 best friends!

Pros: Excellent food, Excellent value, Good parking

Cons: Can get crowded

 

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