Top Best Japanese Restaurants in Paradis

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Top Best Japanese Restaurants in Paradis

LUVI Restaurant
LUVI Restaurant
4.7 (173 ratings)
Intimate venue serving Chinese & Japanese dishes with a twist, plus cocktails in a funky interior.
5236 Tchoupitoulas St, New Orleans, LA 70115, USA
Asian restaurantChinese restaurantDumpling restaurantJapanese restaurant
Mentioned by Thrillist
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"UptownChinese and Japanese cuisine in a funky interiorTake a date to Luvi, and you’ll be guaranteed a topic of conversation over the colorful plating, fresh dishes, and bright decor. Chef Hao Gong’s inventive Shanghai cooking offers more than just adventurous dining. Dishes like pork and ginger dumplings or a raw bar selection of seared tuna and black caviar will give you something to discuss if your date night conversational skills fail you."
Mentioned by New Orleans
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"While LUVI’S chef’s choice tasting menu may be the star of this beautiful little spot on Tchoupitoulas Street, I’d surely be scolded for leaving out mama’s dumplings. No surprise, chef Hao Gong’s dumplings get their name from his mother’s secret recipe. These one bite wonders are stuffed with crabmeat, pork, and crunchy water chestnuts."
Asuka Sushi & Hibachi
Asuka Sushi & Hibachi
4.5 (211 ratings)
Informal, contemporary Japanese hibachi grill & sushi bar serving rolls, sashimi & hot dishes.
7912 Earhart Blvd, New Orleans, LA 70125, USA
Japanese restaurantChinese noodle restaurantRice restaurantSushi restaurant
Mikimoto Restaurant
Mikimoto Restaurant
4.5 (587 ratings)
Japanese fare & generous, Louisiana-accented sushi rolls in a cozy space, plus a drive-thru.
3301 S Carrollton Ave, New Orleans, LA 70118, USA
Japanese restaurantAsian restaurantBarSushi restaurant
Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ
Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ
4.7 (416 ratings)
400 Lafayette St #101, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
Japanese restaurantBarBarbecue restaurantRestaurant
Mentioned by Trip101
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"If you haven't tried our grill tables and authentic Japanese cuisine, now is the time: #GyuKakuMiami. In Japanese, Gyu-Kaku means, “Horn of the Bull.” In New Orleans, it is one of the leading Japanese restaurants providing authentic Japanese yakiniku experience to all kinds of diners. Visiting this restaurant will give you a chance to enjoy premium cooked meats that are grilled in flaming charcoal grills right in front of your eyes."
Mentioned by New Orleans & Company
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"Gyu-Kaku will make a chef out of you by the end of your visit. This unconventional eatery allows guests to cook their meal themselves. Have fun creating Japanese + Korean BBQ classics like spicy pork, kalbi short ribs, harami skirt steak miso and much more."
Sake Cafe uptown
Sake Cafe uptown
4.4 (609 ratings)
Sleek, modern spot for seasonal sushi & Japanese eats, plus a full bar with premium sake.
2830 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70115, USA
Japanese restaurantAsian restaurantBarRestaurantSeafood restaurantSushi restaurant
Mentioned by Eater New Orleans
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"The place, in a former K & B drug store, is pretty in a 1990s sort of way with design wows like bright, multi-colored, Chihuly-esque blown glass chandeliers and bi-level white tablecloth dining (the top level is reserved for private parties). The sushi menu melds traditional Japanese dishes and New Orleans ingredients (see jazz roll, Uptown roll, and New Orleans roll on the menu) along with bento box lunch specials and a full bar including an extensive sake list and specialty cocktails. Happy hour happens daily from 3 p.m."
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"Clearview Parkway, Suite A, Harahan, (504) 733-8879; Independence Mall, 4201 Veterans Memorial Blvd., Suite A4, Metairie, (504) 779-7253; A Clearview Roll features snow crab, avocado, crawfish, cream cheese, tempura-fried shrimp, smelt roe and eel sauce. Reservations accepted."
Good Time Sushi
Good Time Sushi
4.5 (437 ratings)
Shedlike structure masquerades as sushi & hibachi restaurant serving special rolls & cooked meals.
5315 Elysian Fields Ave, New Orleans, LA 70122, USA
Japanese restaurantSushi restaurant
Mentioned by Eater New Orleans
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"Don’t let the plain Jane sign outside this Gentilly BYOB scare you away. Good Time sushi and hibachi is a cute little neighborhood sushi place with fresh options and good service. The lunch menu is cheap, cheap, and specialty rolls, like the “good time” and “the tiger,” are generous of portion and fresh."
Sushi Express
Sushi Express
4.2 (180 ratings)
Chinese-American standards plus Japanese fare & sushi served quickly in a takeout-friendly space.
3603 Division Street, Metairie, LA 70002, USA
Sushi restaurantAsian restaurantJapanese restaurantDelivery Restaurant
Yakuza House
Yakuza House
4.7 (43 ratings)
1325 Veterans Memorial Blvd STE A, Metairie, LA 70005, USA
Japanese restaurant
Daiwa Sushi Bar & Japanese Cuisine
Daiwa Sushi Bar & Japanese Cuisine
4.5 (595 ratings)
Polished restaurant with a long sushi bar featuring inventive maki & Japanese kitchen entrees.
5033 Lapalco Blvd, Marrero, LA 70072, USA
Japanese restaurantAsian restaurantKaraoke barSushi restaurant
Mentioned by Eater New Orleans
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"Low key West Bank sushi spot Daiwa, known for its uni, karaoke rooms, and Hello Kitty aesthetic, opened a second location in Metairie a few months ago. The Vets Boulevard restaurant in a former World of Beer location ups the ante in space and menu, with the option of omakase (chef’s choice) dinners and new specialties featuring less common fish like Japanese striped jack and sardines. Lunch was also just added in August."
Little Tokyo Restaurant
Little Tokyo Restaurant
3.7 (73 ratings)
Japanese fare like sushi & teriyaki plus tableside hibachi grills in a family-friendly space.
310 N Carrollton Ave, New Orleans, LA 70119, USA
Japanese restaurantAsian restaurantCatererSushi restaurant
Mentioned by Spoon University
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"Just as Little Tokyo advertises, they offer food for the adventurous and the not-so-adventurous. From the Chicken Teriyaki Bowl to the Spicy Tuna Rainbow Roll, their versatile menu is sure to please. This is one of my favorite lunch places, mainly because I am a huge fan of their Donburi."

Top Best Seafood Restaurants in Paradis

BOIL Seafood House
BOIL Seafood House
4.4 (1249 ratings)
Bright & casual eatery with pink-hued murals offering Cajun & Caribbean seafood plus cocktails.
3340 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70115, USA
Seafood restaurant
Mentioned by Culture Trip
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"This down-to-earth family hangout, all wooden booths and cartoonish menus, comes into its own every crawfish season (early March to mid-June). When the crawfish pots start simmering, locals dash across town to rip off heads and suck out juices – this is the sort of place you order buckets by the pound, with the simply seasoned critters served alongside boiled potatoes and corn cobs. Po’boys, seafood salads and the Cajun-spiced Voodoo Rice offer a more comprehensive picture of Louisiana cuisine."
Mentioned by Oprah Daily
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"When crawfish season hits in New Orleans, locals and visitors alike scramble to find the nearest boil. Crawfish is often served simply, with corn and or sausage, but some restaurants give more options. At Boil Seafood House on Magazine Street, guests first pick their catch, which is often crawfish but can be anything from king crab legs to clams, and a flavor, and finally a heat level."
Mentioned by OpenTable
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"The Garden District’s Boil Seafood House brings Vietnamese-Cajun fusion cuisine to the Crescent City. It’s an unexpected take on local culinary tradition, and one that’s won over m..."
The Corner Oyster House
The Corner Oyster House
3.6 (1247 ratings)
Pub grub & easygoing Cajun eats served in a lively corner bar where TVs & team logos abound.
500 St Peter, New Orleans, LA 70116, USA
Seafood restaurantBar
Fausto's Bistro
Fausto's Bistro
4.5 (264 ratings)
Stalwart fixture features generous plates of traditional Italian comfort eats in a cozy dining room.
530 Veterans Memorial Blvd, Metairie, LA 70005, USA
Italian restaurantMediterranean restaurantSeafood restaurant

Best Vegetarian Restaurants in Paradis

La Macarena Pupuseria & Latin Cafe
La Macarena Pupuseria & Latin Cafe
4.5 (322 ratings)
Creative takes on pupusas, carne asada & other Pan-Latin eats in a colorful cash-only space.
8120 Hampson St, New Orleans, LA 70118, USA
Latin American restaurantVegan restaurantVegetarian restaurant
Mentioned by New Orleans & Company
Guide to Vegan Dining in New Orleans
"Just minutes from the St. Charles Streetcar is La Macarena Pupuseria and Latin Cafe - a colorful, eatery specializing in pupusas and other El Salvadoran cuisine. While it is known for its delicious pork-stuffed pupusas, flautas and specialty chicharron, La Macarena’s menu also includes a number of delicious plant-based Salvadoran specialties. Their Vegan Bliss Brunch comes complete with a vegan pupusa, tamale, black bean tostada and Mayan seasoned veggies."
Beaucoup Eats
Beaucoup Eats
4.6 (231 ratings)
2323 Canal St, New Orleans, LA 70119, USA
Creole restaurantBrunch restaurantCajun restaurantCatererHealth food restaurantDelivery RestaurantVegetarian restaurant
Mentioned by Eater New Orleans
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"A solid spot for Cajun and southern dishes, Eat serves chef Jarred Zeringue’s take on hogs head cheese with andouille chips, crawfish pie, gumbo, blackened catfish, deviled eggs, and barbecue shrimp. Open for lunch and dinner most weekdays, with brunch served on Saturdays and Sundays."
4.3 (818 ratings)
Mediterranean grocery & contemporary eatery serving kebabs, shawarma & other classic dishes.
940 Canal St, New Orleans, LA 70112, USA
Mediterranean restaurantHalal restaurantHealth food restaurantMiddle Eastern restaurantVegan restaurantVegetarian restaurant

Best Museums in Paradis

The National WWII Museum
The National WWII Museum
4.8 (17193 ratings)5 (25720 ratings)
Multi-building museum with interactive submarine exhibit, planes, 4-D theater & eatery downstairs.
945 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
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Mentioned by Culture Trip
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"National World War II Museum in New Orleans|© James Nesterwitz / Alamy. Thousands of visitors walk through the doors of the National WWII Museum on a daily basis, which Congress considers the official World War II museum of the US. Located in Downtown New Orleans, the sprawling complex contextualises the American experience of the conflict through eye witness accounts, multimedia experiences and extensive exhibits including The Home Front, the Pacific and European Theatres and the D-Day Invasion."
Mentioned by New Orleans 3 days itinerary
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"We are really sad we missed the WWII museum in New Orleans, it’s the country’s largest WWII museum and has rave reviews thanks to its many interactive exhibits and even a 4D movie. We skipped because we had such an action-packed schedule we couldn’t commit the few hours we would want to spend inside. We already decided we would be back to New Orleans, so we will definitely make it a priority next time, however, if you have time be sure to check it out."
Mentioned by Fodor's Choice
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"This vast and still-expanding museum is a moving and well-executed examination of World War II events and its aftermath. Seminal moments…"
Kermit's Tremé Mother-in-Law Lounge
Kermit's Tremé Mother-in-Law Lounge
4.6 (691 ratings)4.5 (24 ratings)
Lively, long-running bar & lounge hosting live music in a funky, colorful setting.
1500 N Claiborne Ave, New Orleans, LA 70116, USA
BarMuseumsJazz clubLive music venueSpecialty Museums
Mentioned by Condé Nast Traveler
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"Local music fans, neighborhood drinkers, and curious tourists all come to see one of the city's favorite sons, Kermit Ruffins, in action at his namesake bar. Inside has the feeling of a tricked-out family basement, but with Mardi Gras colored tiling. The drinks are cheap, the food is (often) free, and the music flows like the lifeblood of the Seventh Ward."
Mentioned by Go Backpacking
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"Before visiting New Orleans for the third time last fall, I binge-watched the HBO series Treme on Amazon Prime. The show is named after the neighborhood north of the French Quarter, where jazz music was born in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Several of the lead characters are musicians; viewers are treated to a lot of terrific music."
Confederate Memorial Hall Museum
Confederate Memorial Hall Museum
4.4 (302 ratings)4.5 (520 ratings)
Elaborate stone building housing the second-largest collection of Civil War artifacts in the world.
929 Camp St, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
War museumMuseumsMilitary MuseumsSpecialty Museums
Mentioned by 10Best
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"Louisiana's Civil War Museum, formerly known as the Confederate Museum, is one of the largest repositories of Confederacy-related artifacts and memorabilia in the United States. Housed in a stone Romanesque-style building, this is the oldest museum in Louisiana. The Confederate Memorial Hall Museum opened to the public in 1891 and today houses the second largest Civil War collection in the world."
Mentioned by
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"What kind of ammunition and instruments did they use against one another?. The Confederate Memorial Hall commemorates the American Civil War by keeping a preserved exhibition of all the materials involved. Here you will get a chance to learn about all of the battles, trials, and about each person that played a vital role in the Civil War."
Mentioned by Let's Roam Explorer
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"Louisiana’s Civil War Museum opened in 1891, making it the oldest operating museum in Louisiana. It is also known as the Confederate Memorial Hall Museum. Here, you’ll find a large collection of historical artifacts from the Civil War."

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