Stop in today for delicious Japanese cuisine and sushi!
Welcome to Sushi Na-Ra, where we invite you and your family and friends to experience traditional meals from Japan.
If you’ve never had the enjoyment of savoring a Sushi meal, now is the time to sample this exquisite cuisine! We will be happy to help you choose from among our many specialties, including Sushi, Sashimi, Teriyaki, Noodle Dishes, Tempura and many more classic favorites. Check out our sushi menu... If you’re a regular patron of this healthy, sophisticated way of eating, we guarantee you’ll make Sushi Na-Ra your regular Sushi restaurant.
We’re located in Clifton Park, N.Y., convenient to our many customers across the Capital Region.
Come sit at our Sushi Bar, where you will be entertained and impressed by the artistry of our Sushi Master, who prepares each dish to order using techniques dating back thousands of years.
You’ll always find cuisine that’s pleasing to the eye and palate, superb in both its artistic presentation and its flavor. We use only the freshest ingredients and the best of each season’s produce.
Japanese food emphasizes fresh ingredients including noodles, vegetables and seafood, some of the most healthful foods available for your body and spirit.
In a rush for lunch? Call ahead and allow us to prepare a healthy fresh Lunch Box Special for you.
Even if sushi isn’t for you, you’re sure to love our Tempura, Noodle, and Teriyaki dishes.
For your convenience, our sushi restaurant also offers our full menu on a take-out basis. Call ahead and we’ll have it prepared for you to pick up and take home for your family.
Planning a party for family, friends or business colleagues? Why not treat them to delicious Japanese food? Let us be your hosts at Sushi Na-Ra. We have a special private room with a lovely décor that will make your event something every guest will remember. There’s no better way to entertain corporate clients. And it’s perfect for anniversaries, graduations, birthdays, holidays, family reunions, or any other celebration event. We can accommodate up to 25 guests in our intimate private room. We will be happy to plan meal choices with you to the liking of all your guests. Please contact us for more details.
Both beautiful and delicious sushi and sashimi is a delight to both eye and palate. Ask for our sushi menu as soon as you arrive, we are sure you will not be disappointed!
We look forward to greeting you and your family soon at Sushi-Na!
Sushi, Fresh Seafood, Japanese Restaurant, Catering, Japanese
Sushi Food, Private Dining Room, Private Seating for up to 25
Lunch Specials, Noodle Dishes, Tempura, Teriyaki, Sushi & Rolls, Lunchboxes, both raw and cooked fish dishes, vegaterian selections.
Sep 13, 2012
|Tue Mar 12 15:00:00 EDT 2013|
Okonomiyaki is a hearty Japanese-style pizza made from various meats and vegetables mixed into a batter and cooked into a pancake shape. It is then topped with various toppings.
|Tue Feb 26 16:00:00 EST 2013|
On Hina Matsuri (Girls' Festival) held March 3rd, families often celebrate by having a meal of hishimochi and shirozake.
|Sat Feb 09 14:00:00 EST 2013|
Tempura is one of the most popular Japanese foods in America. It's made by deep-frying assorted veggies or shrimp coated in a light, crispy batter and served with dipping sauce.
|Wasabi And Soy Sauce|
|Sat Jan 26 11:00:00 EST 2013|
For the most robust taste, go easy on the wasabi and soy sauce while enjoying your sushi.
|Sat Jan 12 15:00:00 EST 2013|
Vegetarian sushi includes Inari (tofu), tamago (egg), cucumber, and avocado rolls.
|Sat Dec 29 15:00:00 EST 2012|
A Japanese sushi chef at an LA sushi bar invented California rolls by substituting tuna toro with avocado.
|Why Kaiten Sushi Belts Move Clockwise|
|Sat Dec 15 14:00:00 EST 2012|
At Kaiten sushi places, the conveyer belt always moves clockwise. It is because most people are right-eye dominant, so it is easier for them to watch the sushi move from right to left.
|Sat Dec 01 10:00:00 EST 2012|
A Japanese Christmas is a lot like an American Valentine's Day. Couples usually make restaurant reservations and exchange gifts to each other.
|Ocha And Kocha|
|Thu Nov 15 12:00:00 EST 2012|
In Japanese, green tea is called "ocha" and black tea is called "kocha."
|Good Nutrition Month|
|Thu Nov 01 13:00:00 EDT 2012|
November is Good Nutrition Month. Did you know that the Japanese diet contributes to a long life expectancy?