Kampai is a Japanese sushi restaurant whose name means “cheers” in the mother tongue. Though most guests seek out Kampai for its deliriously delicious sushi, the traditional Japanese cooking (you know, the hot stuff!) is also noteworthy. Don’t miss the siu mai and gyoza dumplings—a few of these melt-in-your-mouth savory bundles, stuffed with your choice of shrimp, fresh crab, chicken, wagyu, or shiitake, will sufficiently whet your appetite for the subsequent course. Here, we recommend the Kampai Maksushi, an assembly of tender scallop wrapped in a lightly-fried panko crust and topped with grilled salmon. Perfection.

  • Operating Hours:
    Monday to Sunday from 12:30 p.m. to Midnight.
  • Delivery Service Available

  • Cuisine:
    Japanese/Sushi, Seafood

  • Average Price:
    $50 and above
  • Special Feature:
    Takes Reservations
    Walk-Ins Welcome
    Take Out
    Valet Parking

Kampai Restaurant

Addresses and Contacts

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    Rafil Salloum Street Downtown Tel.: +9611999092


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my recent experience was so bad that I will never go there again or recommend the place. I had to wait for hour to get a table although i had a booking. The food was bad and the service worse. The person in charge hinted that he will give us a free order yet we were surprised that the Bill was at the whole order amount. Too bad you lost future customer.

Hadi Radwan on Jan 8, 2014 via web
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try out yaki scalloup its amazing

Abo Ziad on Oct 15, 2013 via web
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Hands-down best sushi in town, K.O.s Le Sushi Bar from round 1. My wallet disagrees since tasty sushi is inversely proportional to fat wallet. Do get dessert, the check will be sour anyway...

André Abi Aad on Feb 28, 2013 via foursquare