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SOHO JAPANESE BISTRO

A Warm Welcome

Welcome to the Soho Japanese Bistro. Elegant dining, distinctive food and impeccable service, in a casual to upscale atmosphere. Enjoy our Sushi Bar, our Teppanyaki Grill, intimate dining, or the private Tatami room. Your visit will be more than just food, it will be an experience.

view of the sushi bar. booths in front and bamboo for decoration
shrimp tempura roll on a white plate with a black sauce drizzle
hibachi table setup with plates and cloth napkins
Hibachi chef cooking over large flame

TEPPANYAKI GRILL

Cooked Over Iron Griddle

Teppanyaki is a type of traditional Japanese cuisine that uses an iron griddle to cook food. The word "teppanyaki is derived from teppan, which means iron plate, and yaki, which means grilled. In North America, it is also known by the name of hibachi.

Our chefs are renowned for both their cooking and the fantastic and entertaining show they put on. They are well trained in the art of knife and utensil specialty cooking and performance.

We invite you to enjoy exquisite Japanese dining and some fun entertainment!

Our Ingredients

Our food is flown in and prepared fresh daily. Soho uses only the finest and freshest ingredients available. Our top sushi chefs are extremely discriminating and select only the choicest cuts and grades available. Come dine with us tonight and experience what elegant taste was meant to be

Intimate Dining

Cozy, Peaceful and Relaxed

Cozy dining for one or two couples in our Main dining area is the perfect place to enjoy our exquisite Japanese cuisine. We offer a full bar, sushi, and a complete menu for your dining pleasure.

Enjoy the soothing peace and relaxation of the Soho Tranquility Fountain seating area. Watch the flowing water, and listen to the soft sounds of the waterfall to wash away the pressures of the day. Elegant dining has just reached a new height.

TATAMI ROOM

For your next private event.

Do you have a large group, private party, business luncheon, or want a more private setting? Our authentic, traditional Tatami Room is perfect for any occasion. Call us at 513-759-6876 to check availability.

The authentic floor style tables and seating are comfortable (your legs and feet slip into an opening under the table) and relaxing. No wonder the cozy atmosphere is popular with couples and a corporate favorite.

TATAMI ROOM: authentic floor style tables and seating are comfortable (your legs and feet slip into an opening under the table) and relaxing
chillian sea bass on a white plate with a lemon garnish
Mango Tango Roll: Spicy Yellowtail, Avocado, Tempura Flakes And Mango, Topped With Mango Sauce. Sunday Morning Roll: Deep-Fried Roll With Cream Cheese And Salmon Inside Topped With Eel Sauce And Spicy Mayo
eel, mackerel and sea urchin nigiri
sushi regular lined up on a plate with a flower garnish

SUSHI BAR

Fresh Fish to a Yummy Sushi

Dining at the Soho Sushi Counter is a treat in itself. Our trained chefs transform fresh fish and ocean edibles into tantalizing morsels of delicate sushi and sashimi specialties right before your eyes. Sushi is the most famous Japanese dish outside of Japan, and one of the most popular dishes among the Japanese themselves.

DRINKS BAR

Relax after a long day.

Soho's bartenders specialize in Martini's, Saki, domestic and imported beers from around the world or any libation you desire. If you are entertaining clients, out on a date, enjoying a nice time out with your spouse, or just trying to relax after a long day, we're happy to serve you. Of course, please drink responsibly.

Sake has played a central role in Japanese life and culture for the past 2,000 years, and the knowledge and techniques involved in sake brewing have spread to every corner of the nation. In fact, sake is such an integral part of the Japanese diet that having some knowledge of it can add to one’s understanding of Japanese history, culture, and society, as well as the social environment in Japan today. This pamphlet gives you everything you need to know to raise a glass of Japanese sake and say, “Kampai!” Made primarily from rice, sake is a fermented beverage brewed using a microorganism called koji and yeast. It has an alcohol content of 13% to 16%. The quality of water used in brewing sake is also important. Brewers take advantage of the various kinds of natural water available in Japan to make excellent sake. There are many different varieties of sake, and it can be enjoyed either warm or chilled, depending on the season.