Kabuki Japanese opened its only Dallas location attached to the Galleria. Upon its opening, Zagat rated it one of the top 19 most anticipated openings.
Kabuki restaurants are primarily in southern California with just 4 others in Arizona, Nevada, and Dallas. Though they could have chosen a better location, Kabuki Dallas is quality food and affordable prices.
Two drinks, an appetizer of edamame, a California roll, and two entrees (that come with Miso soup and a salad) will only set you back about $40. The California roll is one of the best I’ve had from a chain Asian restaurant. It tasted incredible and the pieces were huge. I’ll admit that I’m not the biggest fan of Miso, so I am more particular about mine than most. The Miso was better than RA but I think Hibashi still has the better soup out of the chains.
I’m not sure how busy it gets at dinner on the weekends but weekdays are fairly calm. It’s easy to walk in and be seated. If you happen to be holiday shopping in stores, it would be worth the lunch break to try Kabuki.