My family drove 40 minutes to Yuraku and it was worth the trip. Be aware that you cannot make reservations and parties have to write their name down on a pad of paper. The waiting area was very small and was packed with customers. The restaurant is also small but the food was outstanding. Customers are given dip ( very much like cole slaw) and veggie sticks (carrots, celery, cucumber). Some tables were treated to fish heads and egg custard soup. We ordered a lot of food and it didn't fit on the table! The miso soup was great and came with certain entrees. I got the Dobin soup which had mushrooms, various seafood and fish cakes. That was a keeper. My daughter who had been to Japan over the summer want to try the green tea noodles (cold dish) and udon noodles with chicken broth. She loved both. Her boyfriend ordered filet and chicken teriyaki. The filet melted in your mouth. All the dishes were presented well on white plates. Agedofu was the appetizer served in three pieces which was tasty. Now for the sushi we tried multiple rolls. My favorites were Dr. Atkins roll and
Kevin Bacon roll (who doesn't love bacon). My wife had the alligator roll (shrimp tempura with eel and avocado) which she would have again. Overall we would definitely come back. Suggestion: if you are located east of Germantown use the toll road to get to 270. Its a lot quicker.
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