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  • Cuisine: American
  • Accepts Credit Card: Yes
  • Parking : Street
  • Atmosphere: Normal
  • Take Reservations: Yes
  • Serves Alcohol: Yes
  • Smoking Allowed: No


Nagasaki Inn Coupons and Deals

While Nagasaki Inn is an affordable Japanese restaurant, it is always nice to save money, especially when eating at a Japanese restaurant in Memphis. What kind of coupons and deals are available for Nagasaki Inn? While we haven't seen any mainstream deals like a Nagasaki Inn Goupon, here are a few samples on how you can save on your favorite Japanese restaurant in Memphis: 






  • Coupon for buy one meal get one free in every Friday's Commercial Appeal's Friday Playbook.

  • People on the web say that Nagasaki Inn is a great value, especially with the Nagasaki Inn BoGo coupon.


What Else Can you Expect at Memphis' Nagasaki Inn?


There is a lot to expect here. Yes, there is Japanese food and Hibachi, but there is a lot more to enjoy. Here are some of the features of Nagasaki Inn:



Accepts credit cards


On-site parking
Harold (those that go will understand)
Open for Dinner 7 Nights Per Week
Full Bar
Wheelchair Accessible
Vegetarian Options Available


Nagasaki Inn Memphis Reviews


FriendsEAT Members have given the restaurant a rating of 8 out 10 based on 20 total reviews. Nagasaki Inn Memphis has earned a 4.5-star rating across review sites. This means this restaurant is a local Memphis favorite. 


The average price of a meal at this Memphis restaurant is under $20 per entree. The Hibachi meals at Nagasaki Inn start at $9 and go to $28 depending on the main ingredient. 

While much of the Memphis dining scene revolves around BBQ and other Southern comfort foods, it’s hard not to check out the completely established Nagasaki Inn and enjoy a change of pace. 


If you’re looking for a bit of change from the regular and standard fare, try out Nagasaki Inn. It is known for its incredible Japanese food – with a hibachi style setting, but also a more traditional dining room as well. Nagasaki Inn has quickly established itself as one of the better Japanese restaurants in all of Memphis. Sure, sometimes this restaurant can get a little bit busy and the service begins to suffer (especially if you are ordering food choices from the menu and back of house rather than the hibachi grill), but the overwhelming majority of nights the services just as good as anywhere else.

Consistently offering different coupons, deals, and specials to entice more and more people to check out there restaurant, the ownership and management behind the Nagasaki Inn in Memphis location are paying attention to customers and trying to upgrade experience as best they possibly can. During an older ownership group’s tenure the service had really slipped, the things are quickly getting back to the levels that restaurant goers expect and anticipate.

Prices are fair across the board (right around a $20 average excluding drinks), any casual atmosphere is a nice change of pace from many of the more established and “famous” Memphis restaurants. Sure, you’re probably not going to find any barbecue chicken or pulled pork in this restaurant – but that’s not why you came here in the first place.

If you love sushi there is a great full selection here as well, though not as expensive as some of the more dedicated sushi restaurants in Memphis. Portions are a little bit larger than you would expect at Memphis restaurants in general, and some have reported that the meals you get here at the Nagasaki Inn in Tennessee are much bigger than you would get at other Japanese styled restaurants all over the country.

If you are planning to visit at this restaurant, it’s well worth making a reservation in advance. This is true regardless of the night that you are planning to attend, as well as regardless of the amount of people you’ll be making the reservation for. Just a little bit of planning and foresight (as well as a single phone call) can save you some of the headaches and hassles that others have reported – and allow you to really appreciate all that Nagasaki Inn truly has to offer.


 

About Nagasaki Inn Memphis


Nagasaki Inn Coupons and Deals

While Nagasaki Inn is an affordable Japanese restaurant, it is always nice to save money, especially when eating at a Japanese restaurant in Memphis. What kind of coupons and deals are available for Nagasaki Inn? While we haven't seen any mainstream deals like a Nagasaki Inn Goupon, here are a few samples on how you can save on your favorite Japanese restaurant in Memphis: 






  • Coupon for buy one meal get one free in every Friday's Commercial Appeal's Friday Playbook.

  • People on the web say that Nagasaki Inn is a great value, especially with the Nagasaki Inn BoGo coupon.


What Else Can you Expect at Memphis' Nagasaki Inn?


There is a lot to expect here. Yes, there is Japanese food and Hibachi, but there is a lot more to enjoy. Here are some of the features of Nagasaki Inn:



Accepts credit cards


On-site parking
Harold (those that go will understand)
Open for Dinner 7 Nights Per Week
Full Bar
Wheelchair Accessible
Vegetarian Options Available


Nagasaki Inn Memphis Reviews


FriendsEAT Members have given the restaurant a rating of 8 out 10 based on 20 total reviews. Nagasaki Inn Memphis has earned a 4.5-star rating across review sites. This means this restaurant is a local Memphis favorite. 


The average price of a meal at this Memphis restaurant is under $20 per entree. The Hibachi meals at Nagasaki Inn start at $9 and go to $28 depending on the main ingredient. 

While much of the Memphis dining scene revolves around BBQ and other Southern comfort foods, it’s hard not to check out the completely established Nagasaki Inn and enjoy a change of pace. 


If you’re looking for a bit of change from the regular and standard fare, try out Nagasaki Inn. It is known for its incredible Japanese food – with a hibachi style setting, but also a more traditional dining room as well. Nagasaki Inn has quickly established itself as one of the better Japanese restaurants in all of Memphis. Sure, sometimes this restaurant can get a little bit busy and the service begins to suffer (especially if you are ordering food choices from the menu and back of house rather than the hibachi grill), but the overwhelming majority of nights the services just as good as anywhere else.

Consistently offering different coupons, deals, and specials to entice more and more people to check out there restaurant, the ownership and management behind the Nagasaki Inn in Memphis location are paying attention to customers and trying to upgrade experience as best they possibly can. During an older ownership group’s tenure the service had really slipped, the things are quickly getting back to the levels that restaurant goers expect and anticipate.

Prices are fair across the board (right around a $20 average excluding drinks), any casual atmosphere is a nice change of pace from many of the more established and “famous” Memphis restaurants. Sure, you’re probably not going to find any barbecue chicken or pulled pork in this restaurant – but that’s not why you came here in the first place.

If you love sushi there is a great full selection here as well, though not as expensive as some of the more dedicated sushi restaurants in Memphis. Portions are a little bit larger than you would expect at Memphis restaurants in general, and some have reported that the meals you get here at the Nagasaki Inn in Tennessee are much bigger than you would get at other Japanese styled restaurants all over the country.

If you are planning to visit at this restaurant, it’s well worth making a reservation in advance. This is true regardless of the night that you are planning to attend, as well as regardless of the amount of people you’ll be making the reservation for. Just a little bit of planning and foresight (as well as a single phone call) can save you some of the headaches and hassles that others have reported – and allow you to really appreciate all that Nagasaki Inn truly has to offer.