The Top 100 Dallas Restaurants, No. 50: This North Dallas Japanese restaurant is an all-rounder, serving very good examples of just about everything you could want. The ramen is some of the best in Dallas — more flavorful and less aggressively salty than bowls from many ramen specialists — and the specialty sushi rolls don’t go over-the-top. Grilled meats and veggies are solid bets, too. Although Tei Tei Robata might be better for grilling, and several restaurants have more exciting fresh sashimi specials, Sushi Robata is across-the-board reliable in a wide array of Japanese cuisine.
Top pick: This is some of the best ramen inside Dallas city limits.
The downside: Lines have a habit of rolling out the door even midweek.
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