There are plenty of choices for sushi in Downtown Dallas but Sapa House goes one further by offering some damn good Vietnamese dishes too.
In a relaxed casual atmosphere Sapa House serve up classic pho, noodle and rice dishes, alongside a stable sushi offering. Beverages are of course available from the well-stocked bar, including the must have drink in any restaurant that serves it … Sake!
We order their signature Panko Crusted Salmon Roll, along with my go-to California Roll and Philly Roll. Oh and let’s not forget the addition of Sesame Chicken which topped off our order.
Overall the food was very good, the Panko Crusted Salmon Roll standing out the most with it’s smooth texture, warm temperature and plentiful filling of salmon, cream cheese and scallion.
After a couple of glasses of Asahi, we paid the check ($54 in total, pre tip). Of note however, service was lacking with considerable effort required to close out our tab.
Sapa Houses full menu can be found over on their website at https://sapahousedallas.com/menu/
– They have a Happy Hour too which on my list for a try, $2 domestic beers & $4 rolls stand out in the crowd.