hayashi japanese restaurant --a must try for foodies
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Since: Apr 11
#1 Mar 21, 2012
Newark, Calif.(January 10, 2012) Chinese Restaurant News announced that Hayashi Japanese Restaurant located in Lubbock, TX, was named as one of the Top 100 Asian Restaurants (Dining Excellence). The announcement was made at the 8th Annual Top 100 Chinese Restaurants in the USA Awards Show held at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, California. Organized by Chinese Restaurant News and Chinese Restaurant Foundation, this national event aspires to set the standard for excellence, aiming to present the very best of Asian cuisine.
The establishment of Hayashi Japanese Restaurant in 2009 was an event in and of itself. The tasty Japanese dishes and exquisite sushi have become a must-try for both residents and those visiting alike. Owner Andy Liu tries to deliver an exciting dining experience for their valued customers by providing a plethora of tasty sushi, hibachi dishes in the relaxing atmosphere.
The West Texas Roll, is quite a novelty for many customers, and even hardcore fans of Japanese cuisine and sushi. The wrap is specially made from soybean, instead of the normal purple seaweed wrap. Apart from the ever popular sushi, the hibachi and teriyaki are also well-received. One of the dishes is called Sea & Land which is made of shrimp, chicken, and filet, which together are a perfect combo, resulting in the distinctive flavor of this particular dish.
If you are seeking healthy food, look no further than Hayashi Japanese Restaurant. They offer gluten-free food, which caters to current dining trends. But even then, the prices on the menu are quite reasonable.
Celebrating its 8th year, Top 100 Award Competition has made great strides in helping to raise standards around the industry so that restaurants can better help spread Chinese culinary culture around plate. Hayashi Japanese Restaurant is an extraordinary example of one restaurant that has been quite successful at providing a great dining experience to those curious about Chinese culture.
To qualify for an Award, restaurants must receive positive industry or customer recognition and must be in business a minimum of two years, except for those qualifying in the Top Rising Star category. Restaurant menus also must consist of at least 50 percent Chinese cuisine, except for those qualifying in the Asian Restaurants category. The final results are tabulated with Mystery Diner's scores from an independent third party and direct votes from the public at large.
The Top100 competition is open to all Chinese restaurants in the U.S., Australia, Canada, and U.K. Participating restaurants include newly established restaurants, seasoned restaurants, chain restaurants and past award-winners. A comprehensive list of all the winners can be found at http://www.top100chineserestaurants.com .
About Chinese Restaurant News
Chinese Restaurant News ( www.c-r-n.com ) was founded in 1995 to inform the Chinese speaking owners and operators of over 46,756 Chinese restaurants in the U.S. of industry news and trends. CRN is published by parent company, Smart Business Services, Inc., a global media company that represents the Chinese-American community and business people involved with U.S.-China trade.( www.s-b-s.net ).
#2 Mar 22, 2012
i think it is great.
#3 Mar 25, 2012
Ya right. way to expensive. My wife and i ate there and it cost 85 bucks for the same thing you get at tokeo
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