Rolls and Bowls

Delicious Japanese Cuisine 

Nickole Kerner Bobley

Jul 09, 2018

Meticulous preparation and presentation make Japanese food a culinary art form. 

Japanese food is as beautiful as it is delicious. Meticulous preparation and presentation make it a culinary art form. We often hear chefs and food critics explain, “we eat with our eyes first”.  The Woodlander offers up a visual feast of our favorite rolls and bowls from our top 5 favorite Japanese restaurants in The Woodlands. 

THE BLUE FISH 

Restaurant Row at Hughes Landing – 1900 Hughes Landing Blvd. Chef K.C.

The New Blue Fish Roll (salmon, tuna, yellowtail, masago, avocado and cucumber)

Sashimi Poke Bowl (seaweed salad, avocado, sesame seeds, kizami, salmon, tuna, rice and jalapeno)

SHOGUN JAPANESE GRILL & SUSHI BAR

Creekside Park Village Green - 26400 Kuykendahl Road. Chef Eddie 

Cypress Roll (pepper tuna, avocado, shrimp, tempura, cream cheese and jalapeno)

5 Kinds of Sashimi Bowl (tuna, king salmon, yellowtail, red snapper and octopus)

MASA’S SUSHI & ROBATA BAR 

4775 West Panther Creek Drive. Chef Masa

Grogan’s Mill Roll (shrimp tempura, cream cheese and smoked salmon) 

Aji Fish Bowl (horse mackerel)

UNI SUSHI

Market Street – 9595 Six Pines Drive. Chef Alfredo 

Alfredo Roll (peppercorn tuna, avocado Srirachasweet pepper paste, shrimp tempura, cucumber and cream cheese)

Sashimi Combo Bowl (salmon, escolar, yellowtail and yellowfin tuna)

SAKAKAWA JAPANESE STEAK HOUSE AND SUSHI BAR

4221 Research Forest Drive. Chef Tommy

Boston Roll (lobster, crab, cucumber, avocado, asparagus topped with crunch, black caviar and tobiko)

Ramen Pork Bowl (bbq pork, fish cake, ramen noodle, egg, spinach and chicken broth)

With so many fabulous rolls and bowls in The Woodlands, the hard part is choosing which one to order and enjoy first!