If you can't get enough Japanese cuisine, don't pass up an opportunity to treat yourself. Though not terribly plentiful, you can still find a few places in the Virgin Islands offering this type of food.
With plenty of variety, from the very casual backdrop at Enkai Sushi Bar to the dives where spirits are as much a part of dinner as the chef-prepared favorites, it really is possible to find the dish that suits your taste - and budget.
The following list allows you to read more about the limited, though enticing, options for Japanese restaurants that you may hear about while vacationing nearby. Find one that whets your appetite and click its name to get further details about its hours, location, and other offerings.
Located toward the eastern outskirts of Maroon Town, close to Anna's Retreat, Buddah Sushi is on Red Hook Road. Red Hook is a little more than a mile (approximately two kilometers) to the east-northeast. Looking for Asian food, but sushi in particular? Even if it's outside your norm, you might discover that dining here is a done-deal, as far as your itinerary goes. <p>This pagoda-style restaurant has an open kitchen where guests can look on as their food is being prepared.</p>
Enkai Sushi Bar is at 3801 Crown Bay. If you're wondering, Charlotte Amalie is a little more than a mile (approximately two kilometers) to the east-northeast. Travelers that want sushi will thoroughly enjoy stopping here during a visit to the vicinity of Charlotte Amalie. <p>As a sushi bar, Enkai offers a variety of sliced fish and seafood in rolls. However, Enkai has adapted the practice to the Caribbean, and you will find a mix of cultures in some of the rolls you order. From spicy tuna to snapper and crab, if you like seafood you should like Enkai Sushi.</p>
Located on the outskirts of Charlotte Amalie, a quarter mile east-southeast of the "downtown" area, Beni Iguana's Sushi Bar & Restaurant is a viable choice that's worth considering if you're going to check out this neighborhood. People that desire sushi will fully love stopping here during a visit to Havensight. <p>The design at Ben Iguana's is sleek and modern, with the focal point being a series of fish tanks.</p>
Situated in the heart of Red Hook, Peking Tokyo is a good choice for travelers thinking about staying near this town and adjacent locations. Tourists that are in the mood for sushi will particularly like eating here during a visit to Red Hook.
You may crave something slightly different, in which case you'll find commonality between the restaurants above and restaurants like these:
|(340) 775-6881||Chinese||0.6 mi. West of Central Anna's Retreat|
|(340) 776-3566||Chinese||0.9 mi. Southeast of Downtown Charlotte Amalie|
|(340) 775-3388||Chinese||Downtown Charlotte Amalie|
|Theo's West Indian Thai Infusion||(340) 779-8436||Thai||0.6 mi. West-Southwest of Downtown Charlotte Amalie|
Or for yet another take on this theme, find a local specialty like the sushi offered at Great Bay Lounge.
Guests often find that the best dining destinations in the Virgin Islands are the ones you didn't think you'd ever wander into while trekking the town of your choice. But, keeping a few interesting-sounding restaurants in your agenda, will prevent a desperate search for food. To learn more details about the culinary options waiting for you, check out this page.
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