Looking for the best sushi or tonkatsu in Rock Hill? These are the top Japanese venues in town. This ultimate list of Japanese venues was created after analyzing top sites and reviews to bring you only the best. Indulge with chilled sake and delicious tempura at these fantastic Japanese gems in Rock Hill.
Finding the right Japanese restaurant for you shouldn’t be so hard. We looked at Yelp and Google’s ratings for 5351 spots across Rock Hill, analyzed 823905 restaurant reviews, and sifted through 142 lists and articles from the likes of – applying our boam magic to sift through results. These top contenders have appeared in . Our engine uses real-time data to only show restaurants that are open and their updated available services, so you can actually enjoy the food we show. Every restaurant shown earned its spot fair and square. With boam, money never makes the list. These ten options are sure to delight.
Experts suggest pairing a lobster dim sum with a glass of oolong tea, a popular tea.
To elevate your wu tao go experience, we recommend some Rose to go with your dish. This pairing works especially well because this pink wine carries the flavours of the dish.
A nice aromatic drink is what you should be having with your dumplings and chilli. To balance this dish, try sipping some Pinot Gris as it tones down the sweetness of the wine. This white wine will go along well with your food.
Oh, where does ramen noodle come from you ask? Well from China of course! The dish first made an appearance in the 1900s.
If you have recently won the lottery, or you just happen to have $1,978 lying around, why not spend it on indulging in the world’s most glamorous, and most expensive, nigiri?
New York City, The United States is the proud home of the annual NYC Dumpling Festival, held every September to celebrate everything that is good about Japanese.
Parking in Rock Hill can be notoriously tough. To make the hunt for parking easier, we’ve partnered with a cutting-edge digital parking reservation system, Spothero, that enables you to book a spot in advance before you visit your chosen Japanese spot.