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Q&A: Where can I find good, traditional Japanese cuisine in Orlando, FL?

Question by defenderMIDI: Where can I find good, traditional Japanese cuisine in Orlando, FL?
I’m looking for good eats in Orlando and know it’s a needle in a haystack situation as far as Japanese cuisine goes. I’ve found some great Asian markets and one excellent sushi restaurant. There are also a few good places to get dim sum but I would love to find a good restaurant serving more Japanese dishes aside from sushi (takoyaki, etc). I can provide the names of the places i’m fond of if you’re interested as well. Does anyone know of such places in Orlando?

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Answer by Mike L
Open the yellow book
look for restaurants
The Sacramento SBC book has 25 pages of full color adds..

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  1. Not sure if these suggestions will be traditional enough for you, but when I lived out in Orlando, I used to always go to Hanamizuki Japanese Restaurant (http://www.hanamizuki.us/) off of I-Drive, Kimonos @ WDW Swan Hotel, love the food here, it expensive, but worth every penny, (http://www.swandolphin.com/kimonos/index.htm) and Kobe off of E. Colonial in Altamonte (http://www.kobesteakhouse.com/); also try Amura off of W. Sand Lake I heard that they are pretty good.

    hope this helps you out a lil bit, good luck with your search 🙂

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