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Zpizza, Two Japanese Restaurants Open

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Workers in the kitchen at zpizza.

A new pizza place and two Japanese restaurants have opened recently in San Antonio.

Zpizza has opened its first location in San Antonio at 700 E. Sonterra Blvd. in the same plaza as Auden’s Kitchen and the Lion & Rose.

The chain prides itself on having a more healthful pizza, through the use of all-natural and organic ingredients as well as low-fat products. Even the mozzarella is made from the milk from grass-fed Wisconsin cows.

A slice of the Greek from zpizza.

Pizza, of course, is what rules at zpizza, and you can enjoy such pies as the Greek (feta, mozzarella, Greek olives, red onions and tomatoes), the Casablanca (roasted garlic sauce, mozzarella, ricotta, mushrooms and artichoke hearts), and the ZBQ (barbecue sauce, mozzarella, barbecue chicken, roasted peppers, red onions, corn and cilantro). There’s even the Berkeley Vegan with veggie burger crumbles, vegan cheese and plenty of veggies.

The crust is thin and crispy, and pizzas are available by the slice or the pie.

Also on the menu are sandwiches, salads and appetizers.

Call 210-402-1500 or visit zpizza.com. You can order online.

Sumo San Antonio Steakhouse and Sushi Bar has opened at 8342 I-10 W. in the space formerly occupied by Benihana.

The restaurant features an extensive menu of teppanyaki favorites prepared tableside, including filet mignon and scallops, chateaubriand and lobster, chicken and shrimp, and more. There is also a sushi menu, a children’s menu, and a cocktail menu that includes the Geisha Girl Margarita (a skinny made with agave nectar) and the Zen Cooler made with cucumber vodka.

The restuarant is open daily for lunch and dinner.

Visit www.SumoSanAntonio.com for details.

Kai Japanese & Asian Cuisine has opened at 2535 N.W. Loop 410 at Vance Jackson.

The menu includes many Japanese favorites, including tonkatsu (breaded pork cutlet), udon noodles with various meats, vegetable and shrimp tempura and chicken teriyaki, mixed with the likes of salmon skin salad, tofu and avocado salad, and Avocado Kama, baked avocado stuffed with shrimp and crabmeat. Pages of sushi, sashimi, rolls and hand rolls offer a host of tastes.

The restaurant is open daily for dinner while lunch is offered on Saturday and Sunday.

For information, visit kaisushisa.com.

 

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