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Genroku Japanese Restaurant

Address
400 N Greenville Ave 8 Richardson TX 75081
Phone
(972) 783-8688
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Authentic taiwanese/chinese/japanese cuisines

Genroku Sushi & Grill has been in Dallas, Texas for over 10 years. We provide you an outstanding quality of sushi & sashimi, along with our traditional fusion of Japanese & Taiwanese cuisine. We pride ourselves on our service and our dining environment.

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Charming Richardson restaurant known for combo dinners and sushi specials.

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80

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Featuring grass and streams painted on the floor and a glimmering life-size tree, the Japanese-garden decor creates a calming atmosphere--even with flashy sushi chefs behind the...

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My family and I come here a lot so I think it's about time to finally write a review on it. I've ordered their beef teriyaki and shrimp tempura bento combo. It comes with miso soup, salad, several pieces of sushi, rice, and vegetable tempura with a dipping sauce. It's a pretty good deal! Recently, my family and I …

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I've been looking for a good sushi spot here in Dallas and BAM, found it. Went here yesterday for lunch. Got the $9 bento box and was great! Only complaint is that they need to season their food...

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60

I went to Genroku for Easter Dinner, it's in an easy to find location in a fun little area. Walking in it feels mystic with traditional Chinese decorations, but once you walk past the freezer flaps (the best way to describe them?) it was nothing jaw dropping. Service from the start was OK, nothing amazing. The menu …

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Business description (5)

Genroku Japanese Restaurant is located at 400 N Greenville Ave Ste 8, Richardson, TX. This location is in the Highland Terrace neighborhood. This business specializes in Japanese Restaurants and has 15 review(s) with a star rating of 3.7.

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Genroku Japanese Restaurant is a Japanese, Taiwanese, and Sushi restaurant where most Menuism users came for fun with friends, paid between $10 and $25, and tipped between 15% to 18%.

Executive sushi chef- sean kang

Genroku serves authentic dishes from Taiwan and Japan.

Genroku Sushi & Grill has been in Dallas, Texas for over 10 years. We provide you an outstanding quality of sushi & sashimi, along with our traditional fusion of Japanese & Taiwanese cuisine. We pride ourselves on our service and our dining environment.

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What to Drink: No sodas are available; alcoholic beverage choices include imported Japanese beers, sake and plum wine.

Know Before You Go: Genroku's chefs automatically put wasabi on all nigiri sushi. If you want a safe bet, ask your waitress to omit the wasabi.

When to Go: Wednesday and Sunday lunches are an economic choice--dollar sushi specials run from 11am to 1:30pm.

What to Drink

No sodas are available; alcoholic beverage choices include imported Japanese beers, sake and plum wine.

Know Before You Go

Genroku's chefs automatically put wasabi on all nigiri sushi. If you want a safe bet, ask your waitress to omit the wasabi.

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