Catch A Wave: A Visit To Kaze Sushi Bar & Grill
July 16, 2021 by Ted Scheffler
Stroll into Kaze Sushi Bar & Grill in downtown SLC and the first thing that will probably catch your eye is a huge wave. On the back wall of the restaurant is a mural sized reproduction of Japanese ukiyo-e artist Hokusais Great Wave Off Kanagawa woodblock print. Its just one aspect of an eatery with lots of eye appeal. Well, sort of.
I hesitate on the eye appeal front because the once intimate sushi space that was Kaze has grown in recent months. The owners took over the property next door to Kaze, which was formerly the downtown Real Salt Lake Store, after it closed. They knocked a wall down and expanded the restaurants seating area. Unfortunately, now that side of the restaurant looks sort of like a warehouse with tables and chairs. The lighting is harsh and the large space usually looks empty. Hopefully some work will be done to make the new addition to Kaze look as beautiful as the original space does.
The Kaze owners also operate the Ozora Izakaya restaurants downtown and in Sugarhouse, which gives them some clout when it comes to ordering fresh fish and other ingredients. I was told they get fresh fish deliveries three times per week. Some of the menu items are repeated on all three restaurant menus for instance, the Triple Sushi Tacos , Tonkatsu , Sunomono Salad and Washu Beef Tataki .
Culinary quote of the week:
Ask not what you can do for your country. Ask whats for lunch. Orson Welles
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Frequently Asked Questions About Kaze Sushi Bar And Grill
Does Kaze Sushi Bar And Grill take reservations?
Yes, you can make a reservation by picking a date, time, and party size.
Does Kaze Sushi Bar And Grill have outdoor seating?
Yes, Kaze Sushi Bar And Grill has outdoor seating.
Is Kaze Sushi Bar And Grill currently offering delivery or takeout?
Yes, Kaze Sushi Bar And Grill offers both delivery and takeout.
What forms of payment are accepted?
Kaze Sushi Bar And Grill accepts credit cards.
Why Choose Us
If youre looking for the perfect place to take your family for high quality sushi in a family-oriented environment, our restaurant cant be beat!Established in 2008 in the suburb of northeast Dallas and now under new management, we specialize in seasonal, hibachi-style high-quality sushi in D-Town.Unlike many of Dallas’ swankier Japanese restaurants, Kaze Sushi and Hibachi Restaurant is a casual, family-styleeatery that brings a little bit of Japanese and Korean delicacies to the American palate with an air of home.A place where families can enjoy great food at affordable prices.
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