Nakama is a fun place to eat. The atmosphere is young and trendy and as a result, the place is almost always packed. You should make reservations...
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Where good food meets good fun!
About Us:<br><br><br>Bob opened Nakama Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar on the corner of 17th and East Carson Street in Pittsburgh's trendy South Side. The historical landmark four-story structure has been totally renovated, seamlessly integrating the most modern restaurant equipment, including the first smokeless hibachi tables in Pittsburgh, with the grace and charm of an 1893 structure. Since Bob was a guest before he was an owner, he planned the restaurant based on the guests wants. Guests on a tight time schedule have the option of grabbing a bite; at the bar - including enticing appetizers. <br><br><br>Savor the incredible creations of our sushi chef providing limitless options, which are too beautiful to eat - well, almost too beautiful.<br><br><br>We appreciate guests who frequent Nakama. Nakama is a hip, trendy scene where patrons can enjoy the knife wielding skill and showmanship of our specially trained chefs, our unique appetizers and the best sushi in Pittsburgh; our guests will be rewarded with frequent dining points upon joining our VIP program (it's Free).<br><br><br>Join the Nakama V.I.P. Club brought to you by Nakama Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar. <br><br><br>Earn Points Today! <br><br><br>Join the Nakama V.I.P. Club and earn points on all your purchases at Nakama Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar. <br><br><br>Receive award certificates for the points you earn!. Look for our newest locations - Nakama Express at CONSOL Energy Center & Heinz Field on the Club Level & PNC Park.<br><br><br>Visit us at www.eatatnakama.com to join our V.I.P. Program (it's FREE) and earn points on all of your purchases at Nakama Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar. Receive award certificates for future dining at Nakama.
The SceneAppropriately, "nakama" means "friend" in Japanese. And whether you're sipping cocktails at the sleek, wrap-around bar, sampling raw fish at the sushi station, or dining at one of the large hibachi tables, good times and good people abound. Sitting in a dimly lit room with total strangers may sound awkward, but nothing brings folks together like the collective misuse of chopsticks. By the end of the meal, you'll be clinking Buddha mugs and ordering another round of sake.The FoodA specially trained chef prepares food before your eyes. He slices, dices, and juliennes with lightning speed. All entrees--from sesame chicken to hibachi scallops--are served with a flambe, soup, and assorted sides. Starving? Spring for the Buddha Feast which gets you all of the above plus lobster tail for two, dessert and green tea. Nakama will even throw in a photograph and a traditional Japanese gong toast. Now that's what friends are for.
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