Japanese Cuisine on St. Thomas

If you've got a hankering for Japanese food, don't miss out on an opportunity to satisfy your hunger. You may be a bit limited in your options, but you can still find a few places in the Virgin Islands offering this type of food.

Restaurants Map

With options including everything from the very casual atmosphere at Peking Tokyo to the neighborhood eateries whose family-made creations are worth snapping pictures of, you're sure to locate a menu item you absolutely love.

The following list allows you to peek at the limited, though enticing, options for Japanese places that you may come across as you explore. On each restaurant's name, click to learn more about its ambiance, food, and what's located nearby.

Buddah Sushi

Maroon Town, St. Thomas | (340) 714-3474

Buddah Sushi is located near Anna's Retreat; it's 1.2 miles to the west-southwest of Red Hook. Does your whole family love sushi? Then remember the name Buddah Sushi and make it a done-deal, as far as your itinerary goes.

With upwards of fifty different types of rolls, Buddah Sushi offers a great selection of common and uncommon products of Japanese culinary techniques. In addition to their raw seafood though, there is also a number of cooked dishes that include local fish and shellfish, as well as chicken and steak entrees.

Beni Iguana's Sushi Bar & Restaurant

Havensight, St. Thomas | (340) 777-8744

Beni Iguana's Sushi Bar & Restaurant can be found in Havensight, along the southeastern outskirts of Charlotte Amalie. Got sushi on the brain? Even if it's outside your norm, you might discover that dining here is a must-do item on your list.

The design at Ben Iguana's is sleek and modern, with the focal point being a series of fish tanks.

Peking Tokyo

Red Hook, St. Thomas | (340) 779-7338

Located near the heart of Red Hook, Peking Tokyo is a smart choice for people who are going to be spending time seeing this town and its surroundings. Head on over to Red Hook when you have a strong hankering for sushi.

Similar Food

If your heart's not set on this cuisine in particular, you may enjoy the distinct yet similar flavor profiles at restaurants like China Express and Great Wall Restaurant, which both offer up Chinese style eats.

Also, if need even more options for your long visit, seek out a signature dish, such as the sushi prepared at Great Bay Lounge.

Sometimes, the most exciting culinary offerings in the Virgin Islands are those that you didn't think you'd ever wander into while walking the streets near your hotel. However, including the names of a couple of nice-looking restaurants in your daily itinerary, will keep this aspect of your trip worry free. To discover more information regarding the kinds of food available to you, check out this page.


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