Sakura Japanese Sushi & Steakhouse – St George News

ST. GEORGE- Whether it’s preparing fresh sushi and sashimi or lighting up the hibachi and grilling beef, chicken, vegetables, fish or noodles at your table, the staff at Sakura Japanese Sushi & Steakhouse strives to satisfy every customer’s palate. The managers and chefs have decades of experience in Japanese cuisine, and it shows.

Local celebrity and regular “What’s on the Menu” host Sheldon Demke is on vacation, so Chris Nelson brought the Canyon Media team to Sakura’s new location in St. George to experience some of the best southern Japanese cuisine. from Utah in this week’s episode.

Join the Canyon Media team in Sakura for a Japanese food tour in this week’s episode of “What’s on the menu” in the media player above.

Sakura is an authentic Japanese restaurant offering sushi and hibachi. All aspects of the sushi cooking process are performed before your eyes. Prepare to be blown away by the talent and showmanship of their talented chefs.

The restaurant’s unique layout allowed each group of friends to have a different dining experience. Grady and Lennon shared a romantic dinner in the restaurant while Brent and Will hung out at the sushi bar. Ben and Kati accompanied Nelson to his favorite spot: the hibachi grill.

It was like a dinner and a show at the same time“, Nelson said. “And speaking of dinner, one of my favorite parts was the scallops. Everything was amazing, but this was my favorite.

Whether you’re planning a date night, a fun time with family and friends, or a business lunch for your next outing, Sakura is the perfect place to make it happen. The restaurant is open for lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Monday to Friday and from noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday. Dinner hours are 4:30-9:30 p.m. Monday-Friday, 4-9:30 p.m. Saturday, and 4:30-9:00 p.m. Sunday.

Resources

  • Sakura Japanese Sushi & Steakhouse | Address: 81 N. 1100 East, St. George | Phone 435-275-2888 | Website.

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