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About NAAN Sushi
Located inside the mall of the vibrantly modern Shops at Legacy, NAAN Sushi has received much recognition throughout the years. Sophisticated with a cool modern décor and trendy vibe, NAAN Sushi brings together some Japanese and Asian Fusion concept with an emphasis on quality and freshness.
“NAAN,” which takes its name from the Korean word for orchid, is a family owned and operated restaurant. Since its establishment in 2003, NAAN Sushi has offered truly unique dining experience enjoyed by locals and visitors alike. The spacious lounge with a full bar invites friends and families to come in, enjoy great food and drinks, and create an unforgettable experience.
Plano, TX 75024
Sushi, Japanese, Asian
Hours of Operation:
Sunday - Thursday: 11:00am-10:30pm
Friday - Saturday: 11:00am - 11:30pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We offer personalized catering menu.
Valet service is available, street parking nearby.
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Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wine
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NAAN Sushi Ratings and Reviews
Went for Christmas night and everyone were so accommodating! They had Christmas hats and I saw one person with a Christmas sweater, so cute. The food was amazing! I ordered the spicy edamame(which were addicting) and the ahi tuna tower(which was super delicious). Would definitely visit again.
Unfortunately, we saw the Yelp ratings were not great but a friend had recommended it, so we took a chance.....the service (Brad) was very kind but we waited for 15 minutes before anyone even came to our table. The food, while it was decent, took way too long and our glasses were not refilled. It was our anniversary, so it was a disappointing experience for us.....
My pork belly buns (shared) and red dragon roll were all delicious. However, my husband ordered tuna and salmon rolls and we were surprised to see how small they were. He was hungry and ate some of my dinner. Naan is expensive for what you get. But some of the specialty rolls are creative and delicious.
Service was extremely disappointing. We ordered our drinks and our waiter pretty much disappeared. After waiting for at least 20 minutes and still no drinks we finally tried to have another waiter track down our waiter to see what was going on. When he didn't appear we eventually had to call the manager over and he was absolutely no help either. My husband eventually had to go to the bar to get our drinks himself. Once we finally found our waiter he stated that they were extremely busy (although there were tons of empty tables) and that the bar was backed up. Come to find out he hadn't even turned in the drink ticket to the bar. We were finally able to order our food and that did come out pretty quickly and the taste was very good. That was the only redeeming factor for this restaurant. Seems that the very poor management of this restaurant is hurting the business and we probably won't be returning.
Our waitress was sweet but wasn't very knowledgeable about the menu. She may have been new so I didn't fault her much. We had a incident in that our entire parties food came out and we were half way done eating before the final plate for one guest came out. Apparently the Salmon takes much longer to cook? Would have expected they hold the rest of the food until the Salmon was somewhat ready to come out.
I love Naan for weekend brunch!! The menu features a tenderloin steak an eggs entree that is amazing, but my very favorite are the Bento Boxes and Poke Bowls. The food is always fresh and the patio is great for people watching. I consider this a local hidden gem for brunch.
We hadn't been here since the management changed. It seems a little less focused on upscale Korean food and more on Japanese and Sushi. But the new management has retained several Korean dishes so we decided to return.
Our waiter was very enthusiastic about their Toban Yaki, so my wife ordered the lobster & seafood variation, and it was quite good! The seafood was appealing, and the sauce was delicious. Definitely worth trying again.
I ordered the bibimbap, and it was fine. It was presented well, but the hot pot wasn't hot enough so the rice didn't crisp up enough. It was topped with bulgogi that was kind of plain, but the sauce was authentic and tasty.
We ordered cocktails (Jadu Whiskey Sour and Honey Kissed Pear), which I regretted. They tasted the same and both had too much lemon.
The ambience was kind of depressing. The restaurant was mostly empty (maybe because it was Thursday night). The decor was not as nice as before. The furnishings looked cheap, and there was even a place in the back that just had stacked chairs and serving plates. Maybe they're in the middle of redecorating, but for the price and location, I would expect a nicer looking restaurant.
I think it would be a shame if the new restaurant didn't do well because the Toban Yaki was so good, but they're in an awkward middle area: they need to either move to a cheaper location (and correspondingly reduce the prices) or invest in a nicer interior and have more consistency in the cocktails and other dishes.
You get enormous value for your money at this restaurant; especially the lunch menu. The high tables are a little small, but there is plenty of room/space re: the lower tables.
The sushi roles (house) were absolutely delicious and very affordable.
I would definitely recommend this place to others.
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