5889 Pfeiffer Road
Cincinnati, OH 45242
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Since 1998, Ando Japanese Restaurant has been preparing delicious, authentic Japanese cuisine straight from the heart. You can get all your favorite items from the sushi bar, or get adventurous with truly authentic items from our special appetizer menu. We take pride in serving a multitude traditional favorites from Japan that just can't be found anywhere else in the Cincinnati area.
Specials and menu items change daily, so we can take advantage of seasonal ingredients and serve only the freshest food. Our menu is extensive and we are sure you will find something for everyone's taste, whether you are a sushi bar regular or could just go for a steak. Of course we are also vegetarian friendly. Our staff makes every effort to be as helpful as possible, and even if you are unfamiliar with Japanese food we are happy to answer any questions, or make recommendations. Just ask!
We do not serve alcohol, but you are absolutely welcome to bring your own! We are happy to chill and serve your drinks while you enjoy your meal. There's no "corking fee" and it's a great way to save money!
Be sure to save room for dessert as well. Our specialty desserts are delightful and are all made from scratch right here in our kitchen. The dessert menu changes regulary but rest assured, there will always be a gourmet treat to tickle your tastebuds.
Please call us at 513-791-8687 to make reservations. We promise you will eat some great food and make some new friends!
"See you soon!" - Ken & Keiko Ando
Please visit our Menu Page to see our standard full menu.
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Be Sure To Try Our Gourmet Desserts
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-Apple Crepe with Pecan Praline Ice Cream (Roasted, brown sugar Granny Smith apples folded delicately in a paper thin crepe and topped with a luscious, homemade ice cream)
-Sasa Mochi (Redbean encased in a glutinous rice cake and wrapped with bamboo leaves)
-Brown Sugar Ice Cream (Homemade, smooth and creamy dark brown ice cream)
-Strawberry Mochi Ice Cream (Strawberry ice cream wrapped in glutinous rice "dough")
-Kashiwa Mochi (Red bean paste wrapped in a mugwort flavored glutinous rice layer and covered with a fragrant oak leaf)
Current Special Dishes Beginning
Friday June 24th, 2015
Chyu Toro (Fatty Tuna, from Canada)
Shima Aji (Yellowjack, from Japan)
Bincho Maguro (Albacore Tuna)
Tai (Snapper, from Japan)
Kanpachi (Amberjack, from Japan)
Uni (Sea Urchin, from California)
Thick, Japanese style curry with pork and vegetables. Served with rice and a choice of deep fried pork, chicken, shrimp, or yasai korokke.
-Yasai Korokke (Corn, asparagus, onion, and carrot mixed with mashed potatoes and deep-fried, homemade croquette)
-Yasai Gomokuni (A medley of root vegetables [burdock, bamboo shoot, carrot, konnyaku, shiitake mushroom, daikon radish] simmered in a fish-soy stock)
-Shishito Shoga Yaki OR Tempura style(Mild Japanese green peppers marinated and grilled or battered and deep fried)
-Yaki Nasu (Japanese eggplant grilled and peeled, served with katsuobushi and freshly grated ginger)
-Ninnikunome (Sautéed garlic sprouts with sesame oil and a splash of soy, vegetarian friendly)
-Shiitake Foil Yaki (Shiitake mushrooms wrapped in foil and steamed in butter and a pinch of salt, vegetarian friendly)
-Gyu Ichimatsu (Daikon radish and carrot wrapped in thinly sliced Angus strip and braised in a rich soy stock)
-Butabara Shiokoji Kushiyaki (Pork belly marinated in a sake starter and skewered with green onions and grilled)
-Ninikunome Tanshio (Thin strips of beef tongue sautéed with garlic sprouts and finished with light soy)
-Hamo tenpura (Pike conger blanched and served with a ponzu dipping sauce or battered and deep-fried)
-Aji Mirinboshi (Horse Mackerel marinated in a soy mirin sauce, dried, and grilled)
-Kamasu Ichiyaboshi (Barracuda dried and grilled)
-Ika Ring Furai (Five rings of squid panko breaded and deep fried)
-Namadako Karaage (Flash-fried octopus pieces with a flavorful, crispy shell)
-Geso Age (Squid tentacles lightly marinated in a soy ginger sauce and then dusted in potato starch and flash fried)
-Hokke Hiraki (Dried Greenling fish grilled and served with a lemon)
-Saba or Sanma Shioyaki (Lightly salted Mackerel fillet or whole Saury Pike grilled and served with freshly grated daikon radish)
-Gindara Saikyo (Black cod marinated in a miso sauce and grilled)
-Hamachi Kama Shioyaki (Yellowtail collar salted and grilled to a buttery perfection)
-Sake Kama Shioyaki (Salmon collar salted and grilled)
*Prices subject to change without notice.
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