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Posted: Monday, April 23, 2012 4:47 PM

Piranha Killer Sushi took its first bite in Arlington, Texas back in 2001 as owners Kenzo and Tommy saw a void in the city and a great opportunity to show off their talents. By starting Pirahna Killer Sushi, they wanted to give diners the chance to experience sushi with a vibrant twist. Kenzo honored�his skills for years while living, learning and working in Florida 's colorful and ever-evolving restaurant industry. From this came their own concept.�His goal has been to raise the bar for sushi restaurants as well as to "over-deliver" an addictive & unforgetable dining experience.�Kenzo will continue to spread Piranha Killer Sushi so that everyone can taste what they have to offer. Piranha Killer Sushi's menu has been the rave ever since the restaurant opened in 2001. The Bohemian Conch Salad and the Forget About It Roll have a different kick than any other sushi restaurant! The picture-perfect presentation of a Dragon Roll with strips of salmon and avacado floating on top with an asparagus tail, plated diagonally, is almost too pretty to eat. Piranha's also pampers the palate of the non-sushi eater with servings of hot�Salmon Wok, �Korean Grilled Steak and other delectable items. Guests are greeted with a display of a beautiful traditional Japanese kimono. As soon as your hostess begins guiding you to your seat, you will enter a new world. The hostesses always have a comforting smile and the servers are all in a joyful mood. The restaurant is coated with tropical shades of orange, green and red and oriental theme is brought to life with a Floridian flare. It's almost as if, there should be palm trees inside!

Ph: 512.473.8775
Address: 207 San Jacinto Blvd., #202, Austin, TX

Mon-Wed 11 am - 10 pm Thu 11 am - 11 pm Fri-Sat 11 am - 12 am Sun 12 pm - 10 pm

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