While sushi is now almost as ubiquitous as Mexican food in Dallas, Teppo was one of the first sushi places over 20 years ago and has maintained its longevity for good reason. The ingredients are market fresh, many flown in directly from Japan, and the menu includes soups, rice dishes, grilled fish and meats, and cold preparations like carpaccio and foie gras. The dining room is cozy with low lighting, in great contrast with this restaurant's young, lively neighborhood.
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