Are you searching for the best Japanese food in the US? Look no further than New York City! A recent study revealed that the Big Apple scored 25.7 out of 50 for its Japanese restaurants, making it the top destination for Japanese cuisine outside of Japan. From Michelin-starred ramen bars to sushi restaurants, New York City has it all. If you're looking for something a bit different than sushi, Fort St. George in San Francisco is a great option.
This Western-style Japanese pub specializes in yoshoku, a style of Japanese food that originated in the late 19th century and gained popularity after World War II. The menu features 10 different ways to prepare spaghetti, hamburger fillets topped with meat sauce, and hearty veal curry with 14 ingredients. Don't forget to try one of their special cocktails like the Bloody Samurai, a Bloody Mary seasoned with wasabi.One of the most renowned sushi restaurants in the US is Sushi Ran in Sausalito, California. This coastal town is just across the Golden Gate Bridge and has been serving up some of the best sushi in the Bay Area for over 30 years.
The menu is run by Michelin star chef Seiji Wakabayashi and features impeccably fresh maki, nigiri and sashimi dishes that are works of art in miniature.TripAdvisor data shows that there are more than 650 Japanese restaurants in New York within a radius of 300 square miles. These restaurants have an impressive average customer rating of 9 out of 10 and many are recommended by Michelin. The data also showed that Samut Prakan in Thailand had the highest number of Michelin-recommended restaurants per capita (5 per million people). Although Samut Prakan didn't score too high for its density of restaurants or for its proportion of affordable restaurants and haute cuisine, it more than made up for it with its average ratings and number of Michelin-recommended restaurants.