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Sakura Japanese Restaurant

Ken Ninomiya, Masako Okawa,and Harumi Ono from Japan


View of the restaurant
Photo from the writers
Sakura is an authentic Japanese restaurant that was founded in 1987. It is located on Church St. in Burlington downtown.

Interior of the restaurant
Photo from the writers
It serves fine Japanese food, such as sushi, sashimi, tempura, and sukiyaki.

Address:
2 Church Street, Burlington

Phone:
863-1988

Hours:
Sunday Closed
Monday-Thursday
11:30-14:00, 17:00-21:30
Friday
11:30-14:00, 17:00-22:30
Saturday 11:30-14:30

Sakura is an authentic Japanese restaurant that was founded in 1987. It is located on Church St. in Burlington downtown. When you walk down Church Street from the church, you will soon see the pink sign on the left hand side, which shows SAKURA -JAPANESE RESTAURANT.

It serves fine Japanese food, such as sushi, sashimi, tempura, and sukiyaki. The left picture below is una-ju served with miso soup; this is broiled eel with dark sauce served over hot rice in a Japanese style box.

The manager especially recommends the sushi that the Japanese cook makes. ‘Sushi Heaven’ (the right picture below) is an assorted sushi that is served on a miniature ship made of wood. It includes the chef's choice of 2 rolls, 11 sashimi and 14 nigiri sushi. It looks gorgeous and attractive. We recommend that customers share it.

Eel dish
Photos from the writers
This is broiled eel with dark sauce served over hot rice in a Japanese style box.

sushi boat
Photos from the writers
‘Sushi Heaven’ is an assorted sushi that is served on a miniature ship made of wood.


There is also a sushi-bar, and all sushi are prepared to order and will be served when ready. Sushi a-la-carte is available at all times, so customers can request the menu. The cheapest sushi costs $1.25 per 1 dish.

Also, customers can choose between two kinds of seating—a Japanese style table on Tatami mats or a Western style table with chairs. The food is good and the atmosphere is nice.

SAKURA is the best Japanese restaurant around here!!


Other winning restaurants: Papa Frank's Italian Restaurant | The Rathskeller

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