Teppo Yakitori & Sushi Bar

2014 Greenville Ave
Dallas, TX 75206
Teppo Yakitori & Sushi Bar - Homestead Business Directory

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Customer Reviews (10 reviews)


on Citysearch Jun 12, 2008
Teppo has a cool appearance about it. The shaded patio is a nice welcome before entering the restaurant. The restaurant is simple and clean. The hostess are kind, and looking around you know this sushi bar is the real... (more)


on Citysearch Apr 15, 2008
Not a bad place at all. Really nice ambiance and the price is right. Probably best Japanese food in lower Greenville. (more)


on Citysearch Jun 30, 2007
Best sushi on Greenville. The ambiance is very peaceful (no loud pop music). I have always had perfect servers willing to go into great detail. Don?t distress by the ?smaller? list of rolls---the freshness of the... (more)


on Citysearch Feb 13, 2007
Small, quaint-looking place, but that's normal for restaurants on Greenville. We got there at 7:00pm on a Friday and was told the wait was about 40 minutes-could be because it was pouring that night and the outside... (more)


on Citysearch Jan 19, 2007
Small, cozy restaurant, serves fabulous japanese comfort food. Try any of their yakitoris, they're awesome! (more)


on Citysearch Nov 03, 2006
Probably the best Yakitori(Japanese type of skewered chicken/other meats/vegetable) out of New York and California that I've had. This is not a place to go to eat just sushi (like th other 2 reviewers), rather, this... (more)

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on Judys Book Oct 25, 2006
The sushi, ambiance, electronic sliding front door, wait staff. Everything is ABOVE AVERAGE in this place. I highly recommend it to anyone. (more)


on Citysearch Jul 04, 2006
I TOTALLY disagree with the other review. The wait for seating is to be expected at a higher end sushi place. Any true sushi lover knows sashimi is the way to go. Rolls are never really the best. This place rocked on... (more)


on Citysearch Apr 14, 2005
<b>In Short<br></b>Teppo is an original high-style sushi hangout. Akin to equally urbane sister establishments--next-door Moosh bar and Knox-Henderson's Tei Tei--decor incorporates slick blond wood,... (more)


on Citysearch Jan 02, 2004
Ok, this restaurant is a lot about the look, not much about the taste... We were used to go to eat sushi and nothing else. The sushi/rolls we had had hard rice and you couldn't taste too much the flavour of the fish/sea... (more)

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