Samurai Noodle

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Samurai Noodle

  • The Heights – 1801 Durham #2
  • Saturday evening
  • Plenty of parking
  • Entrees were around $8-$10 each
  • http://samurainoodle.com/

A small chain based out of Seattle decided to open a location in Houston – yay for us! I first tried real Ramen in New York last year, and we have been keeping an eye out for a local restaurant. A place opened up on Washington (Ninja Ramen) which was pretty good, but not very accessible with parking.

This place had several tables, plenty of parking, and a good location. The prices were reasonable.

My favorite part about Ramen is the flavor-infused boiled egg. Yumm-o. We also ordered freshly cooked dumplings. Personally, I prefer Ramen over Pho because I prefer the spices and other flavors. But both can be very refreshing depending on your mood! The flavor of the meat is delicious, and I especially love noodles and always have!

Overall, it was a win!

WOULD YOU GO BACK? Yes.

EurAsia Fusion Sushi

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EurAsia Fusion Sushi

  • Spring Branch – 1330 Wirt Rd
  • Saturday evening
  • Parking was sufficient
  • Special Rolls were around $10-$12 each
  • http://www.eurasiasushi.com/

I found this on a Yelp search. We were at the Marque and wanted a nice dinner. They had a few deals on Yelp including a $10 for $20 and a free dessert. For Sushi, it was as good as any other place. We ordered 4 special rolls and there were plenty of flavors to choose from. They each had about 8-10 large pieces so we had more than we could eat. The crab puffs were tasty too.

The Dragon roll is always our favorite. I enjoyed the Pink Lady (with crab on the outside). The Sweet Sixteen was yummy. And the Sake Roll had an interesting flavor which we couldn’t quite name.

The restaurant was not too busy especially for a Saturday night. The service was polite and fast (a good place for a group dinner). Overall a pleasant experience and solid Japanese food.

WOULD YOU GO BACK? Yes.