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Tokyo Japanese Restaurant - 9 Reviews - 2331 NW 185TH Ave, Hillsboro, OR - Japanese Restaurants Reviews - Phone (503) 690-1891

Tokyo Japanese Restaurant

2331 NW 185TH Ave
Hillsboro, OR 97124
(503) 690-1891
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Tokyo Japanese Restaurant - Hillsboro, OR


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This place is the best sushi I've tried in Portland. I've had my fair share of skimpy rolls and not-quite-as-fresh stuff in a couple of the more ""popular"" sushi spots, complet...


My girlfriend and I were looking for a quick fix for sushi on sunday afternoon. When we walked in to see the place completely empty we should have taken the cue. The staff was f...

LOVE THIS PLACE!!! 6/27/2010

This place is the best sushi I've tried in Portland. I've had my fair share of skimpy rolls and not-quite-as-fresh stuff in a couple of the more ""popular"" sushi spots, completely over-paid in some of the ""high-end"" places, and it was only since I've found Tokyo Restaurant that I finally have a go-to restaurant that we frequent weekly. Pros: three-roll sushi special more

best Sushi this side of Portland 12/2/2009

I have seen some bad reviews on this place and I don't understand it. I will say my wife and I are from Vegas and were told how great the food is out here in Portland area and we have eating nearly everywhere and have not been impressed to say the least. I think we are spoiled, which we didn't realize until we moved here. You would think being so near the ocean food would be better but I think they fly all the good stuff to New York, San Fransisco and Vegas:O) As for Tokyo Japanese we are over all very happy with this restaurant. The staff is super friendly and the food has always been fresh. I have had my meat over cooked only a few times but it happens even at the best restaurants. I really feel that they are better than most and if anyone has had a bad experience with them give them another chance and don't be afraid to speak to the owner with issues you had last time. He has prepared sushi for me the way I specify and he is eager to satisfy not typical for people in Portland. Pros: The owner and staff are super friendly, food is always fresh Cons: not open super late but most places out here arnt more

good food friendly staff very fresh 10/19/2009

My wife and I took here sister who was in town and is a big sushi fan. We ordered the EDAMAME(soybeans) they were so fresh and good I recommend highly. They have box lunch and dinner which you can choose from different items, great value and lots of food. I ordered the the tokyo steak in ginger sauce, ordered Med. rare came out med. well to well but had good sauce. over all we will go back. Pros: fresh food nice helpful staff Cons: ordered steak, was over cooked more

Finally 8/9/2008

Truth be told, my fiance and I can be a bit pretentious when it comes to sushi. We moved up to the Portland area a little over a year ago and were certain we'd be blown away by the sushi up here, with Portland's close accessibility to fresh fish and it's ""Foodie"" reputation. Suffice it to say, we were more than a little disappointed with what we found. We had searched diligently all over the area for a satisfactory restaurant, and found ourselves quite flabbergasted that the best sushi we had previously was in Reno (great fish in the desert, who'd have thought). Then, we found Tokyo. We've only been there once, but the experience much exceeded that of what we expected. The food was amazing, the service was friendly, and the atmosphere was comfortable. Either our standards have dropped since moving up here, or we truly have discovered a gem. Pros: location (walking distance from our house), food, service, ambience.. Cons: A little expensive, but I usually expect to drop a few bills when I'm out getting sushi more

Wasn't expecting much and was unimpressed 12/3/2007

My girlfriend and I were looking for a quick fix for sushi on sunday afternoon. When we walked in to see the place completely empty we should have taken the cue. The staff was fairly attentive - but again, we were the only people in the place. Cons: food quality and prices more

Fresh sushi, a lot of choice, friendly staff 7/24/2007

Randomly stopped in this restaurant. Had a sushi roll and some Ramen. I was pleasantly surprised that I was brought an appetizer salad for free, and enjoyed it. Staff were very friendly, and menu had alot to choose from. Sushi was fresh and delicious, and the sushi chef made sure I was okay with sushi, even though I wasn't at the sushi bar. Ramen was pretty good, although I wasn't offered typical Japanese pepper for it. Staff and sushi chef were Koreans and not Japanese, though most Americans might not realize this. Still was pretty authentic and worth a stop. Pros: fresh sushi, alot of choice on menu, free appetizer salad Cons: not entirely authentic... in Hillsboro more

What sushi is supposed to taste like. 6/1/2007

I?ve finally gotten my man into trying new things. Sushi is the latest and greatest. I?ve taken him to a few low profile sushi go round joints in the area, but decided to try and step up to something more. We went to Tokyo last night, and it was some of the best sushi I?ve had in a looong time. The service was fantastic, as was the presentation. Still learning, we asked quite a few questions and the staff was so helpful in descriptions and choices. They were trying to get a little more exposure for something called ""jimbo"" which basically had a little bit of everything. Thin sliced tuna, avocado, prawn, and freshwater eel. We decided on that, as well as a golden California roll (a fried version of an the old classic). The Jimbo was fantastic! I would order it again even when its off the special board. The golden California roll was excellent as well. I would highly suggest this establishment to anybody with a love for all things sushi. We are hoping to go back and try more of their menu, including the tempura, and udon. more

Pricey, but delicious 6/15/2006

Okay, my wife and I have a guilty pleasure, we eat a lot of sushi. We are constantly looking for new places, so we heard about Tokyo from a friend and decided to try it. When we walked in I was a bit afraid. The place is nicely decorated, but the fish in the bar looked less than fresh. We decided to give it a shot anyway, and we were surprised several times. The first was with the friendliness and experience of the Chef. There is only one Chef, so he may be slow, but his work is quality. I think he uses different fish than what you find in the bar window, because the sushi came out beautiful and fresh. The miso soup was a bit salty, but the rolls and nigri were spot on. The last surprise came with the bill. This place is more spendy than our other haunts, so I cannot give it my full recommendation...but if you don't care too much for coin, give it a shot. I still suggest traveling down the road a bit to check out Sushi & Maki instead, but Tokyo can do. Pros: Fresh fish, competent chef Cons: More expensive than others more

Great food, if you have the time 8/13/2004

I had almost forgot what fresh sushi was supposed to taste like until we went to tokyo. We waited over 30 minutes for our sushi order, but it was soooo good! Pros: great sushi, lots of parking, good price Cons: , small restaurant more
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  • Hours:

    Sat-Sun: 5pm-9pm, Mon-Fri: 11:30am-9:30pm
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