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Addison restaurant Nyla Sushi takes seafood creativity off the hook

Addison restaurant Nyla Sushi takes seafood creativity off the hook

Nyla Sushi
Sushi rolls from Nyla are very colorful. Photo courtesy of Nyla

Addison Circle, the cute urban village off the Tollway, gets its sushi back with the opening of Nyla Sushi, a restaurant that opened in December 2016. Nyla is in the space that used to be Kampai, which closed in 2016 after being there for more than a decade.

Kampai had its following, but Nyla steps it up with creative fusion dishes, says owner Dennis Fontana.

"We try to be the frontrunner on creativity," he says. "A lot of sushi places stick to basics, but we pride ourselves on our creativity. Our chefs love to use their skills and do special custom items. And that's the feedback we get from our customers. We try to make it be a personalized experience."

One example: the so-called fish and chips, which consists of four crispy rice cake discs that are topped with raw tuna and drizzled with ponzu sauce. There are bento boxes and signature rolls, such as the Thai fire roll with tuna and crab salad. There are ceviches and crab cakes with pineapple-mango salsa. And there is blue crab fried rice, with a blue crab bechamel.

Nyla offers cocktails and unique specialty martinis, and on weekends, it keeps late hours, staying open until 2 am from Thursday-Saturday.

Fontana previously worked with the Piranha Sushi chain owned by Kenzo Tran. He owns the Piranha Sushi location in Flower Mound, which he's changing over to Nyla, as well. And he has more expansion in the works, including Frisco, whose location he'll finalize later this month.

But Addison was a priority. "I love that area, it's just so lively with restaurants," he says.

The name Nyla reflects Fontana's personal history as well as the global focus of the restaurant. "NY is New York, I'm from New York," Fontana says. "LA is Los Angeles. 'From New York to Los Angeles' is what it means."

Addison Circle, the cute urban village off the Tollway, gets its sushi back with the opening of Nyla Sushi, a restaurant that opened in December 2016. Nyla is in the space that used to be ;Kampai, which closed in 2016 after being there for more than a decade.

Kampai had its following, but Nyla steps it up with creative fusion dishes, says owner Dennis Fontana.

"We try to be the frontrunner on creativity," he says. "A lot of sushi places stick to basics, but we pride ourselves on our creativity. Our chefs love to use their skills and do special custom items. And that's the feedback we get from our customers. We try to make it be a personalized experience."

One example: their so-called fish and chips, which consists of four crispy rice cake discs that are topped with raw tuna and drizzled with ponzu sauce. There are bento boxes, and signature rolls such as the Thai fire roll with tuna and crab salad. There are ceviches and crab cakes with pineapple-mango salsa. And there is blue crab fried rice, with a blue crab bechamel.

They have cocktails and unique specialty martinis, and on weekends, they keep late hours, staying open until 2 am from Thursday-Saturday.

Fontana previously worked with the Piranha Sushi chain owned by Kenzo Tran. He owns the Piranha Sushi location in Flower Mound, which he's changing over to Nyla, as well. And he has more expansion in the works, including Frisco, whose location he'll finalize later this month.

But Addison was a priority. "I love that area, it's just so lively with restaurants," he says.

The name Nyla reflects Fontana's personal history as well as the focus of the restaurant.

"NY is New York, I'm from New York," Fontana says. "LA is Los Angeles. "'From New York to Los Angeles' is what it means."

Addison Circle, the cute urban village off the Tollway, gets its sushi back with the opening of Nyla Sushi, a restaurant that opened in December 2016. Nyla is in the space that used to be ;Kampai, which closed in 2016 after being there for more than a decade.

Kampai had its following, but Nyla steps it up with creative fusion dishes, says owner Dennis Fontana.

"We try to be the frontrunner on creativity," he says. "A lot of sushi places stick to basics, but we pride ourselves on our creativity. Our chefs love to use their skills and do special custom items. And that's the feedback we get from our customers. We try to make it be a personalized experience."

One example: their so-called fish and chips, which consists of four crispy rice cake discs that are topped with raw tuna and drizzled with ponzu sauce. There are bento boxes, and signature rolls such as the Thai fire roll with tuna and crab salad. There are ceviches and crab cakes with pineapple-mango salsa. And there is blue crab fried rice, with a blue crab bechamel.

They have cocktails and unique specialty martinis, and on weekends, they keep late hours, staying open until 2 am from Thursday-Saturday.

Fontana previously worked with the Piranha Sushi chain owned by Kenzo Tran. He owns the Piranha Sushi location in Flower Mound, which he's changing over to Nyla, as well. And he has more expansion in the works, including Frisco, whose location he'll finalize later this month.

But Addison was a priority. "I love that area, it's just so lively with restaurants," he says.

The name Nyla reflects Fontana's personal history as well as the focus of the restaurant.

"NY is New York, I'm from New York," Fontana says. "LA is Los Angeles. "'From New York to Los Angeles' is what it means."

Addison Circle, the cute urban village off the Tollway, gets its sushi back with the opening of Nyla Sushi, a restaurant that opened in December 2016. Nyla is in the space that used to be ;Kampai, which closed in 2016 after being there for more than a decade.

Kampai had its following, but Nyla steps it up with creative fusion dishes, says owner Dennis Fontana.

"We try to be the frontrunner on creativity," he says. "A lot of sushi places stick to basics, but we pride ourselves on our creativity. Our chefs love to use their skills and do special custom items. And that's the feedback we get from our customers. We try to make it be a personalized experience."

One example: their so-called fish and chips, which consists of four crispy rice cake discs that are topped with raw tuna and drizzled with ponzu sauce. There are bento boxes, and signature rolls such as the Thai fire roll with tuna and crab salad. There are ceviches and crab cakes with pineapple-mango salsa. And there is blue crab fried rice, with a blue crab bechamel.

They have cocktails and unique specialty martinis, and on weekends, they keep late hours, staying open until 2 am from Thursday-Saturday.

Fontana previously worked with the Piranha Sushi chain owned by Kenzo Tran. He owns the Piranha Sushi location in Flower Mound, which he's changing over to Nyla, as well. And he has more expansion in the works, including Frisco, whose location he'll finalize later this month.

But Addison was a priority. "I love that area, it's just so lively with restaurants," he says.

The name Nyla reflects Fontana's personal history as well as the focus of the restaurant.

"NY is New York, I'm from New York," Fontana says. "LA is Los Angeles. "'From New York to Los Angeles' is what it means."

Addison Circle, the cute urban village off the Tollway, gets its sushi back with the opening of Nyla Sushi, a restaurant that opened in December 2016. Nyla is in the space that used to be ;Kampai, which closed in 2016 after being there for more than a decade.

Kampai had its following, but Nyla steps it up with creative fusion dishes, says owner Dennis Fontana.

"We try to be the frontrunner on creativity," he says. "A lot of sushi places stick to basics, but we pride ourselves on our creativity. Our chefs love to use their skills and do special custom items. And that's the feedback we get from our customers. We try to make it be a personalized experience."

One example: their so-called fish and chips, which consists of four crispy rice cake discs that are topped with raw tuna and drizzled with ponzu sauce. There are bento boxes, and signature rolls such as the Thai fire roll with tuna and crab salad. There are ceviches and crab cakes with pineapple-mango salsa. And there is blue crab fried rice, with a blue crab bechamel.

They have cocktails and unique specialty martinis, and on weekends, they keep late hours, staying open until 2 am from Thursday-Saturday.

Fontana previously worked with the Piranha Sushi chain owned by Kenzo Tran. He owns the Piranha Sushi location in Flower Mound, which he's changing over to Nyla, as well. And he has more expansion in the works, including Frisco, whose location he'll finalize later this month.

But Addison was a priority. "I love that area, it's just so lively with restaurants," he says.

The name Nyla reflects Fontana's personal history as well as the focus of the restaurant.

"NY is New York, I'm from New York," Fontana says. "LA is Los Angeles. "'From New York to Los Angeles' is what it means."

Addison Circle, the cute urban village off the Tollway, gets its sushi back with the opening of Nyla Sushi, a restaurant that opened in December 2016. Nyla is in the space that used to be ;Kampai, which closed in 2016 after being there for more than a decade.

Kampai had its following, but Nyla steps it up with creative fusion dishes, says owner Dennis Fontana.

"We try to be the frontrunner on creativity," he says. "A lot of sushi places stick to basics, but we pride ourselves on our creativity. Our chefs love to use their skills and do special custom items. And that's the feedback we get from our customers. We try to make it be a personalized experience."

One example: their so-called fish and chips, which consists of four crispy rice cake discs that are topped with raw tuna and drizzled with ponzu sauce. There are bento boxes, and signature rolls such as the Thai fire roll with tuna and crab salad. There are ceviches and crab cakes with pineapple-mango salsa. And there is blue crab fried rice, with a blue crab bechamel.

They have cocktails and unique specialty martinis, and on weekends, they keep late hours, staying open until 2 am from Thursday-Saturday.

Fontana previously worked with the Piranha Sushi chain owned by Kenzo Tran. He owns the Piranha Sushi location in Flower Mound, which he's changing over to Nyla, as well. And he has more expansion in the works, including Frisco, whose location he'll finalize later this month.

But Addison was a priority. "I love that area, it's just so lively with restaurants," he says.

The name Nyla reflects Fontana's personal history as well as the focus of the restaurant.

"NY is New York, I'm from New York," Fontana says. "LA is Los Angeles. "'From New York to Los Angeles' is what it means."

Addison Circle, the cute urban village off the Tollway, gets its sushi back with the opening of Nyla Sushi, a restaurant that opened in December 2016. Nyla is in the space that used to be ;Kampai, which closed in 2016 after being there for more than a decade.

Kampai had its following, but Nyla steps it up with creative fusion dishes, says owner Dennis Fontana.

"We try to be the frontrunner on creativity," he says. "A lot of sushi places stick to basics, but we pride ourselves on our creativity. Our chefs love to use their skills and do special custom items. And that's the feedback we get from our customers. We try to make it be a personalized experience."

One example: their so-called fish and chips, which consists of four crispy rice cake discs that are topped with raw tuna and drizzled with ponzu sauce. There are bento boxes, and signature rolls such as the Thai fire roll with tuna and crab salad. There are ceviches and crab cakes with pineapple-mango salsa. And there is blue crab fried rice, with a blue crab bechamel.

They have cocktails and unique specialty martinis, and on weekends, they keep late hours, staying open until 2 am from Thursday-Saturday.

Fontana previously worked with the Piranha Sushi chain owned by Kenzo Tran. He owns the Piranha Sushi location in Flower Mound, which he's changing over to Nyla, as well. And he has more expansion in the works, including Frisco, whose location he'll finalize later this month.

But Addison was a priority. "I love that area, it's just so lively with restaurants," he says.

The name Nyla reflects Fontana's personal history as well as the focus of the restaurant.

"NY is New York, I'm from New York," Fontana says. "LA is Los Angeles. "'From New York to Los Angeles' is what it means."

Addison Circle, the cute urban village off the Tollway, gets its sushi back with the opening of Nyla Sushi, a restaurant that opened in December 2016. Nyla is in the space that used to be ;Kampai, which closed in 2016 after being there for more than a decade.

Kampai had its following, but Nyla steps it up with creative fusion dishes, says owner Dennis Fontana.

"We try to be the frontrunner on creativity," he says. "A lot of sushi places stick to basics, but we pride ourselves on our creativity. Our chefs love to use their skills and do special custom items. And that's the feedback we get from our customers. We try to make it be a personalized experience."

One example: their so-called fish and chips, which consists of four crispy rice cake discs that are topped with raw tuna and drizzled with ponzu sauce. There are bento boxes, and signature rolls such as the Thai fire roll with tuna and crab salad. There are ceviches and crab cakes with pineapple-mango salsa. And there is blue crab fried rice, with a blue crab bechamel.

They have cocktails and unique specialty martinis, and on weekends, they keep late hours, staying open until 2 am from Thursday-Saturday.

Fontana previously worked with the Piranha Sushi chain owned by Kenzo Tran. He owns the Piranha Sushi location in Flower Mound, which he's changing over to Nyla, as well. And he has more expansion in the works, including Frisco, whose location he'll finalize later this month.

But Addison was a priority. "I love that area, it's just so lively with restaurants," he says.

The name Nyla reflects Fontana's personal history as well as the focus of the restaurant.

"NY is New York, I'm from New York," Fontana says. "LA is Los Angeles. "'From New York to Los Angeles' is what it means."

Addison Circle, the cute urban village off the Tollway, gets its sushi back with the opening of Nyla Sushi, a restaurant that opened in December 2016. Nyla is in the space that used to be ;Kampai, which closed in 2016 after being there for more than a decade.

Kampai had its following, but Nyla steps it up with creative fusion dishes, says owner Dennis Fontana.

"We try to be the frontrunner on creativity," he says. "A lot of sushi places stick to basics, but we pride ourselves on our creativity. Our chefs love to use their skills and do special custom items. And that's the feedback we get from our customers. We try to make it be a personalized experience."

One example: their so-called fish and chips, which consists of four crispy rice cake discs that are topped with raw tuna and drizzled with ponzu sauce. There are bento boxes, and signature rolls such as the Thai fire roll with tuna and crab salad. There are ceviches and crab cakes with pineapple-mango salsa. And there is blue crab fried rice, with a blue crab bechamel.

They have cocktails and unique specialty martinis, and on weekends, they keep late hours, staying open until 2 am from Thursday-Saturday.

Fontana previously worked with the Piranha Sushi chain owned by Kenzo Tran. He owns the Piranha Sushi location in Flower Mound, which he's changing over to Nyla, as well. And he has more expansion in the works, including Frisco, whose location he'll finalize later this month.

But Addison was a priority. "I love that area, it's just so lively with restaurants," he says.

The name Nyla reflects Fontana's personal history as well as the global focus of the restaurant.

"NY is New York, I'm from New York," Fontana says. "LA is Los Angeles. "'From New York to Los Angeles' is what it means."

Addison Circle, the cute urban village off the Tollway, gets its sushi back with the opening of Nyla Sushi, a restaurant that opened in December 2016. Nyla is in the space that used to be ;Kampai, which closed in 2016 after being there for more than a decade.

Kampai had its following, but Nyla steps it up with creative fusion dishes, says owner Dennis Fontana.

"We try to be the frontrunner on creativity," he says. "A lot of sushi places stick to basics, but we pride ourselves on our creativity. Our chefs love to use their skills and do special custom items. And that's the feedback we get from our customers. We try to make it be a personalized experience."

One example: their so-called fish and chips, which consists of four crispy rice cake discs that are topped with raw tuna and drizzled with ponzu sauce. There are bento boxes, and signature rolls such as the Thai fire roll with tuna and crab salad. There are ceviches and crab cakes with pineapple-mango salsa. And there is blue crab fried rice, with a blue crab bechamel.

They have cocktails and unique specialty martinis, and on weekends, they keep late hours, staying open until 2 am from Thursday-Saturday.

Fontana previously worked with the Piranha Sushi chain owned by Kenzo Tran. He owns the Piranha Sushi location in Flower Mound, which he's changing over to Nyla, as well. And he has more expansion in the works, including Frisco, whose location he'll finalize later this month.

But Addison was a priority. "I love that area, it's just so lively with restaurants," he says.

The name Nyla reflects Fontana's personal history as well as the focus of the restaurant.

"NY is New York, I'm from New York," Fontana says. "LA is Los Angeles. "'From New York to Los Angeles' is what it means."

Addison Circle, the cute urban village off the Tollway, gets its sushi back with the opening of Nyla Sushi, a restaurant that opened in December 2016. Nyla is in the space that used to be ;Kampai, which closed in 2016 after being there for more than a decade.

Kampai had its following, but Nyla steps it up with creative fusion dishes, says owner Dennis Fontana.

"We try to be the frontrunner on creativity," he says. "A lot of sushi places stick to basics, but we pride ourselves on our creativity. Our chefs love to use their skills and do special custom items. And that's the feedback we get from our customers. We try to make it be a personalized experience."

One example: their so-called fish and chips, which consists of four crispy rice cake discs that are topped with raw tuna and drizzled with ponzu sauce. There are bento boxes, and signature rolls such as the Thai fire roll with tuna and crab salad. There are ceviches and crab cakes with pineapple-mango salsa. And there is blue crab fried rice, with a blue crab bechamel.

They have cocktails and unique specialty martinis, and on weekends, they keep late hours, staying open until 2 am from Thursday-Saturday.

Fontana previously worked with the Piranha Sushi chain owned by Kenzo Tran. He owns the Piranha Sushi location in Flower Mound, which he's changing over to Nyla, as well. And he has more expansion in the works, including Frisco, whose location he'll finalize later this month.

But Addison was a priority. "I love that area, it's just so lively with restaurants," he says.

The name Nyla reflects Fontana's personal history as well as the focus of the restaurant.

"NY is New York, I'm from New York," Fontana says. "LA is Los Angeles. "'From New York to Los Angeles' is what it means."

Addison Circle, the cute urban village off the Tollway, gets its sushi back with the opening of Nyla Sushi, a restaurant that opened in December 2016. Nyla is in the space that used to be ;Kampai, which closed in 2016 after being there for more than a decade.

Kampai had its following, but Nyla steps it up with creative fusion dishes, says owner Dennis Fontana.

"We try to be the frontrunner on creativity," he says. "A lot of sushi places stick to basics, but we pride ourselves on our creativity. Our chefs love to use their skills and do special custom items. And that's the feedback we get from our customers. We try to make it be a personalized experience."

One example: their so-called fish and chips, which consists of four crispy rice cake discs that are topped with raw tuna and drizzled with ponzu sauce. There are bento boxes, and signature rolls such as the Thai fire roll with tuna and crab salad. There are ceviches and crab cakes with pineapple-mango salsa. And there is blue crab fried rice, with a blue crab bechamel.

They have cocktails and unique specialty martinis, and on weekends, they keep late hours, staying open until 2 am from Thursday-Saturday.

Fontana previously worked with the Piranha Sushi chain owned by Kenzo Tran. He owns the Piranha Sushi location in Flower Mound, which he's changing over to Nyla, as well. And he has more expansion in the works, including Frisco, whose location he'll finalize later this month.

But Addison was a priority. "I love that area, it's just so lively with restaurants," he says.

The name Nyla reflects Fontana's personal history as well as the focus of the restaurant.

"NY is New York, I'm from New York," Fontana says. "LA is Los Angeles. "'From New York to Los Angeles' is what it means."

Addison Circle, the cute urban village off the Tollway, gets its sushi back with the opening of Nyla Sushi, a restaurant that opened in December 2016. Nyla is in the space that used to be ;Kampai, which closed in 2016 after being there for more than a decade.

Kampai had its following, but Nyla steps it up with creative fusion dishes, says owner Dennis Fontana.

"We try to be the frontrunner on creativity," he says. "A lot of sushi places stick to basics, but we pride ourselves on our creativity. Our chefs love to use their skills and do special custom items. And that's the feedback we get from our customers. We try to make it be a personalized experience."

One example: their so-called fish and chips, which consists of four crispy rice cake discs that are topped with raw tuna and drizzled with ponzu sauce. There are bento boxes, and signature rolls such as the Thai fire roll with tuna and crab salad. There are ceviches and crab cakes with pineapple-mango salsa. And there is blue crab fried rice, with a blue crab bechamel.

They have cocktails and unique specialty martinis, and on weekends, they keep late hours, staying open until 2 am from Thursday-Saturday.

Fontana previously worked with the Piranha Sushi chain owned by Kenzo Tran. He owns the Piranha Sushi location in Flower Mound, which he's changing over to Nyla, as well. And he has more expansion in the works, including Frisco, whose location he'll finalize later this month.

But Addison was a priority. "I love that area, it's just so lively with restaurants," he says.

The name Nyla reflects Fontana's personal history as well as the focus of the restaurant.

"NY is New York, I'm from New York," Fontana says. "LA is Los Angeles. "'From New York to Los Angeles' is what it means."

Addison Circle, the cute urban village off the Tollway, gets its sushi back with the opening of Nyla Sushi, a restaurant that opened in December 2016. Nyla is in the space that used to be ;Kampai, which closed in 2016 after being there for more than a decade.

Kampai had its following, but Nyla steps it up with creative fusion dishes, says owner Dennis Fontana.

"We try to be the frontrunner on creativity," he says. "A lot of sushi places stick to basics, but we pride ourselves on our creativity. Our chefs love to use their skills and do special custom items. And that's the feedback we get from our customers. We try to make it be a personalized experience."

One example: their so-called fish and chips, which consists of four crispy rice cake discs that are topped with raw tuna and drizzled with ponzu sauce. There are bento boxes, and signature rolls such as the Thai fire roll with tuna and crab salad. There are ceviches and crab cakes with pineapple-mango salsa. And there is blue crab fried rice, with a blue crab bechamel.

They have cocktails and unique specialty martinis, and on weekends, they keep late hours, staying open until 2 am from Thursday-Saturday.

Fontana previously worked with the Piranha Sushi chain owned by Kenzo Tran. He owns the Piranha Sushi location in Flower Mound, which he's changing over to Nyla, as well. And he has more expansion in the works, including Frisco, whose location he'll finalize later this month.

But Addison was a priority. "I love that area, it's just so lively with restaurants," he says.

The name Nyla reflects Fontana's personal history as well as the focus of the restaurant.

"NY is New York, I'm from New York," Fontana says. "LA is Los Angeles. "'From New York to Los Angeles' is what it means."

Addison Circle, the cute urban village off the Tollway, gets its sushi back with the opening of Nyla Sushi, a restaurant that opened in December 2016. Nyla is in the space that used to be ;Kampai, which closed in 2016 after being there for more than a decade.

Kampai had its following, but Nyla steps it up with creative fusion dishes, says owner Dennis Fontana.

"We try to be the frontrunner on creativity," he says. "A lot of sushi places stick to basics, but we pride ourselves on our creativity. Our chefs love to use their skills and do special custom items. And that's the feedback we get from our customers. We try to make it be a personalized experience."

One example: their so-called fish and chips, which consists of four crispy rice cake discs that are topped with raw tuna and drizzled with ponzu sauce. There are bento boxes, and signature rolls such as the Thai fire roll with tuna and crab salad. There are ceviches and crab cakes with pineapple-mango salsa. And there is blue crab fried rice, with a blue crab bechamel.

They have cocktails and unique specialty martinis, and on weekends, they keep late hours, staying open until 2 am from Thursday-Saturday.

Fontana previously worked with the Piranha Sushi chain owned by Kenzo Tran. He owns the Piranha Sushi location in Flower Mound, which he's changing over to Nyla, as well. And he has more expansion in the works, including Frisco, whose location he'll finalize later this month.

But Addison was a priority. "I love that area, it's just so lively with restaurants," he says.

The name Nyla reflects Fontana's personal history as well as the focus of the restaurant.

"NY is New York, I'm from New York," Fontana says. "LA is Los Angeles. "'From New York to Los Angeles' is what it means."

Addison Circle, the cute urban village off the Tollway, gets its sushi back with the opening of Nyla Sushi, a restaurant that opened in December 2016. Nyla is in the space that used to be ;Kampai, which closed in 2016 after being there for more than a decade.

Kampai had its following, but Nyla steps it up with creative fusion dishes, says owner Dennis Fontana.

"We try to be the frontrunner on creativity," he says. "A lot of sushi places stick to basics, but we pride ourselves on our creativity. Our chefs love to use their skills and do special custom items. And that's the feedback we get from our customers. We try to make it be a personalized experience."

One example: their so-called fish and chips, which consists of four crispy rice cake discs that are topped with raw tuna and drizzled with ponzu sauce. There are bento boxes, and signature rolls such as the Thai fire roll with tuna and crab salad. There are ceviches and crab cakes with pineapple-mango salsa. And there is blue crab fried rice, with a blue crab bechamel.

They have cocktails and unique specialty martinis, and on weekends, they keep late hours, staying open until 2 am from Thursday-Saturday.

Fontana previously worked with the Piranha Sushi chain owned by Kenzo Tran. He owns the Piranha Sushi location in Flower Mound, which he's changing over to Nyla, as well. And he has more expansion in the works, including Frisco, whose location he'll finalize later this month.

But Addison was a priority. "I love that area, it's just so lively with restaurants," he says.

The name Nyla reflects Fontana's personal history as well as the focus of the restaurant.

"NY is New York, I'm from New York," Fontana says. "LA is Los Angeles. "'From New York to Los Angeles' is what it means."

Addison Circle, the cute urban village off the Tollway, gets its sushi back with the opening of Nyla Sushi, a restaurant that opened in December 2016. Nyla is in the space that used to be ;Kampai, which closed in 2016 after being there for more than a decade.

Kampai had its following, but Nyla steps it up with creative fusion dishes, says owner Dennis Fontana.

"We try to be the frontrunner on creativity," he says. "A lot of sushi places stick to basics, but we pride ourselves on our creativity. Our chefs love to use their skills and do special custom items. And that's the feedback we get from our customers. We try to make it be a personalized experience."

One example: their so-called fish and chips, which consists of four crispy rice cake discs that are topped with raw tuna and drizzled with ponzu sauce. There are bento boxes, and signature rolls such as the Thai fire roll with tuna and crab salad. There are ceviches and crab cakes with pineapple-mango salsa. And there is blue crab fried rice, with a blue crab bechamel.

They have cocktails and unique specialty martinis, and on weekends, they keep late hours, staying open until 2 am from Thursday-Saturday.

Fontana previously worked with the Piranha Sushi chain owned by Kenzo Tran. He owns the Piranha Sushi location in Flower Mound, which he's changing over to Nyla, as well. And he has more expansion in the works, including Frisco, whose location he'll finalize later this month.

But Addison was a priority. "I love that area, it's just so lively with restaurants," he says.

The name Nyla reflects Fontana's personal history as well as the global focus of the restaurant.

"NY is New York, I'm from New York," Fontana says. "LA is Los Angeles. "'From New York to Los Angeles' is what it means."

Addison Circle, the cute urban village off the Tollway, gets its sushi back with the opening of Nyla Sushi, a restaurant that opened in December 2016. Nyla is in the space that used to be ;Kampai, which closed in 2016 after being there for more than a decade.

Kampai had its following, but Nyla steps it up with creative fusion dishes, says owner Dennis Fontana.

"We try to be the frontrunner on creativity," he says. "A lot of sushi places stick to basics, but we pride ourselves on our creativity. Our chefs love to use their skills and do special custom items. And that's the feedback we get from our customers. We try to make it be a personalized experience."

One example: their so-called fish and chips, which consists of four crispy rice cake discs that are topped with raw tuna and drizzled with ponzu sauce. There are bento boxes, and signature rolls such as the Thai fire roll with tuna and crab salad. There are ceviches and crab cakes with pineapple-mango salsa. And there is blue crab fried rice, with a blue crab bechamel.

They have cocktails and unique specialty martinis, and on weekends, they keep late hours, staying open until 2 am from Thursday-Saturday.

Fontana previously worked with the Piranha Sushi chain owned by Kenzo Tran. He owns the Piranha Sushi location in Flower Mound, which he's changing over to Nyla, as well. And he has more expansion in the works, including Frisco, whose location he'll finalize later this month.

But Addison was a priority. "I love that area, it's just so lively with restaurants," he says.

The name Nyla reflects Fontana's personal history as well as the focus of the restaurant.

"NY is New York, I'm from New York," Fontana says. "LA is Los Angeles. "'From New York to Los Angeles' is what it means."

Addison Circle, the cute urban village off the Tollway, gets its sushi back with the opening of Nyla Sushi, a restaurant that opened in December 2016. Nyla is in the space that used to be ;Kampai, which closed in 2016 after being there for more than a decade.

Kampai had its following, but Nyla steps it up with creative fusion dishes, says owner Dennis Fontana.

"We try to be the frontrunner on creativity," he says. "A lot of sushi places stick to basics, but we pride ourselves on our creativity. Our chefs love to use their skills and do special custom items. And that's the feedback we get from our customers. We try to make it be a personalized experience."

One example: their so-called fish and chips, which consists of four crispy rice cake discs that are topped with raw tuna and drizzled with ponzu sauce. There are bento boxes, and signature rolls such as the Thai fire roll with tuna and crab salad. There are ceviches and crab cakes with pineapple-mango salsa. And there is blue crab fried rice, with a blue crab bechamel.

They have cocktails and unique specialty martinis, and on weekends, they keep late hours, staying open until 2 am from Thursday-Saturday.

Fontana previously worked with the Piranha Sushi chain owned by Kenzo Tran. He owns the Piranha Sushi location in Flower Mound, which he's changing over to Nyla, as well. And he has more expansion in the works, including Frisco, whose location he'll finalize later this month.

But Addison was a priority. "I love that area, it's just so lively with restaurants," he says.

The name Nyla reflects Fontana's personal history as well as the focus of the restaurant.

"NY is New York, I'm from New York," Fontana says. "LA is Los Angeles. "'From New York to Los Angeles' is what it means."

Addison Circle, the cute urban village off the Tollway, gets its sushi back with the opening of Nyla Sushi, a restaurant that opened in December 2016. Nyla is in the space that used to be ;Kampai, which closed in 2016 after being there for more than a decade.

Kampai had its following, but Nyla steps it up with creative fusion dishes, says owner Dennis Fontana.

"We try to be the frontrunner on creativity," he says. "A lot of sushi places stick to basics, but we pride ourselves on our creativity. Our chefs love to use their skills and do special custom items. And that's the feedback we get from our customers. We try to make it be a personalized experience."

One example: their so-called fish and chips, which consists of four crispy rice cake discs that are topped with raw tuna and drizzled with ponzu sauce. There are bento boxes, and signature rolls such as the Thai fire roll with tuna and crab salad. There are ceviches and crab cakes with pineapple-mango salsa. And there is blue crab fried rice, with a blue crab bechamel.

They have cocktails and unique specialty martinis, and on weekends, they keep late hours, staying open until 2 am from Thursday-Saturday.

Fontana previously worked with the Piranha Sushi chain owned by Kenzo Tran. He owns the Piranha Sushi location in Flower Mound, which he's changing over to Nyla, as well. And he has more expansion in the works, including Frisco, whose location he'll finalize later this month.

But Addison was a priority. "I love that area, it's just so lively with restaurants," he says.

The name Nyla reflects Fontana's personal history as well as the focus of the restaurant.

"NY is New York, I'm from New York," Fontana says. "LA is Los Angeles. "'From New York to Los Angeles' is what it means."

Addison Circle, the cute urban village off the Tollway, gets its sushi back with the opening of Nyla Sushi, a restaurant that opened in December 2016. Nyla is in the space that used to be ;Kampai, which closed in 2016 after being there for more than a decade.

Kampai had its following, but Nyla steps it up with creative fusion dishes, says owner Dennis Fontana.

"We try to be the frontrunner on creativity," he says. "A lot of sushi places stick to basics, but we pride ourselves on our creativity. Our chefs love to use their skills and do special custom items. And that's the feedback we get from our customers. We try to make it be a personalized experience."

One example: their so-called fish and chips, which consists of four crispy rice cake discs that are topped with raw tuna and drizzled with ponzu sauce. There are bento boxes, and signature rolls such as the Thai fire roll with tuna and crab salad. There are ceviches and crab cakes with pineapple-mango salsa. And there is blue crab fried rice, with a blue crab bechamel.

They have cocktails and unique specialty martinis, and on weekends, they keep late hours, staying open until 2 am from Thursday-Saturday.

Fontana previously worked with the Piranha Sushi chain owned by Kenzo Tran. He owns the Piranha Sushi location in Flower Mound, which he's changing over to Nyla, as well. And he has more expansion in the works, including Frisco, whose location he'll finalize later this month.

But Addison was a priority. "I love that area, it's just so lively with restaurants," he says.

The name Nyla reflects Fontana's personal history as well as the focus of the restaurant.

"NY is New York, I'm from New York," Fontana says. "LA is Los Angeles. "'From New York to Los Angeles' is what it means."

Addison Circle, the cute urban village off the Tollway, gets its sushi back with the opening of Nyla Sushi, a restaurant that opened in December 2016. Nyla is in the space that used to be ;Kampai, which closed in 2016 after being there for more than a decade.

Kampai had its following, but Nyla steps it up with creative fusion dishes, says owner Dennis Fontana.

"We try to be the frontrunner on creativity," he says. "A lot of sushi places stick to basics, but we pride ourselves on our creativity. Our chefs love to use their skills and do special custom items. And that's the feedback we get from our customers. We try to make it be a personalized experience."

One example: their so-called fish and chips, which consists of four crispy rice cake discs that are topped with raw tuna and drizzled with ponzu sauce. There are bento boxes, and signature rolls such as the Thai fire roll with tuna and crab salad. There are ceviches and crab cakes with pineapple-mango salsa. And there is blue crab fried rice, with a blue crab bechamel.

They have cocktails and unique specialty martinis, and on weekends, they keep late hours, staying open until 2 am from Thursday-Saturday.

Fontana previously worked with the Piranha Sushi chain owned by Kenzo Tran. He owns the Piranha Sushi location in Flower Mound, which he's changing over to Nyla, as well. And he has more expansion in the works, including Frisco, whose location he'll finalize later this month.

But Addison was a priority. "I love that area, it's just so lively with restaurants," he says.

The name Nyla reflects Fontana's personal history as well as the focus of the restaurant.

"NY is New York, I'm from New York," Fontana says. "LA is Los Angeles. "'From New York to Los Angeles' is what it means."

Addison Circle, the cute urban village off the Tollway, gets its sushi back with the opening of Nyla Sushi, a restaurant that opened in December 2016. Nyla is in the space that used to be ;Kampai, which closed in 2016 after being there for more than a decade.

Kampai had its following, but Nyla steps it up with creative fusion dishes, says owner Dennis Fontana.

"We try to be the frontrunner on creativity," he says. "A lot of sushi places stick to basics, but we pride ourselves on our creativity. Our chefs love to use their skills and do special custom items. And that's the feedback we get from our customers. We try to make it be a personalized experience."

One example: their so-called fish and chips, which consists of four crispy rice cake discs that are topped with raw tuna and drizzled with ponzu sauce. There are bento boxes, and signature rolls such as the Thai fire roll with tuna and crab salad. There are ceviches and crab cakes with pineapple-mango salsa. And there is blue crab fried rice, with a blue crab bechamel.

They have cocktails and unique specialty martinis, and on weekends, they keep late hours, staying open until 2 am from Thursday-Saturday.

Fontana previously worked with the Piranha Sushi chain owned by Kenzo Tran. He owns the Piranha Sushi location in Flower Mound, which he's changing over to Nyla, as well. And he has more expansion in the works, including Frisco, whose location he'll finalize later this month.

But Addison was a priority. "I love that area, it's just so lively with restaurants," he says.

The name Nyla reflects Fontana's personal history as well as the focus of the restaurant.

"NY is New York, I'm from New York," Fontana says. "LA is Los Angeles. "'From New York to Los Angeles' is what it means."

Addison Circle, the cute urban village off the Tollway, gets its sushi back with the opening of Nyla Sushi, a restaurant that opened in December 2016. Nyla is in the space that used to be ;Kampai, which closed in 2016 after being there for more than a decade.

Kampai had its following, but Nyla steps it up with creative fusion dishes, says owner Dennis Fontana.

"We try to be the frontrunner on creativity," he says. "A lot of sushi places stick to basics, but we pride ourselves on our creativity. Our chefs love to use their skills and do special custom items. And that's the feedback we get from our customers. We try to make it be a personalized experience."

One example: their so-called fish and chips, which consists of four crispy rice cake discs that are topped with raw tuna and drizzled with ponzu sauce. There are bento boxes, and signature rolls such as the Thai fire roll with tuna and crab salad. There are ceviches and crab cakes with pineapple-mango salsa. And there is blue crab fried rice, with a blue crab bechamel.

They have cocktails and unique specialty martinis, and on weekends, they keep late hours, staying open until 2 am from Thursday-Saturday.

Fontana previously worked with the Piranha Sushi chain owned by Kenzo Tran. He owns the Piranha Sushi location in Flower Mound, which he's changing over to Nyla, as well. And he has more expansion in the works, including Frisco, whose location he'll finalize later this month.

But Addison was a priority. "I love that area, it's just so lively with restaurants," he says.

The name Nyla reflects Fontana's personal history as well as the focus of the restaurant.

"NY is New York, I'm from New York," Fontana says. "LA is Los Angeles. "'From New York to Los Angeles' is what it means."

Addison Circle, the cute urban village off the Tollway, gets its sushi back with the opening of Nyla Sushi, a restaurant that opened in December 2016. Nyla is in the space that used to be ;Kampai, which closed in 2016 after being there for more than a decade.

Kampai had its following, but Nyla steps it up with creative fusion dishes, says owner Dennis Fontana.

"We try to be the frontrunner on creativity," he says. "A lot of sushi places stick to basics, but we pride ourselves on our creativity. Our chefs love to use their skills and do special custom items. And that's the feedback we get from our customers. We try to make it be a personalized experience."

One example: their so-called fish and chips, which consists of four crispy rice cake discs that are topped with raw tuna and drizzled with ponzu sauce. There are bento boxes, and signature rolls such as the Thai fire roll with tuna and crab salad. There are ceviches and crab cakes with pineapple-mango salsa. And there is blue crab fried rice, with a blue crab bechamel.

They have cocktails and unique specialty martinis, and on weekends, they keep late hours, staying open until 2 am from Thursday-Saturday.

Fontana previously worked with the Piranha Sushi chain owned by Kenzo Tran. He owns the Piranha Sushi location in Flower Mound, which he's changing over to Nyla, as well. And he has more expansion in the works, including Frisco, whose location he'll finalize later this month.

But Addison was a priority. "I love that area, it's just so lively with restaurants," he says.

The name Nyla reflects Fontana's personal history as well as the global focus of the restaurant.

"NY is New York, I'm from New York," Fontana says. "LA is Los Angeles. "'From New York to Los Angeles' is what it means."

Addison Circle, the cute urban village off the Tollway, gets its sushi back with the opening of Nyla Sushi, a restaurant that opened in December 2016. Nyla is in the space that used to be ;Kampai, which closed in 2016 after being there for more than a decade.

Kampai had its following, but Nyla steps it up with creative fusion dishes, says owner Dennis Fontana.

"We try to be the frontrunner on creativity," he says. "A lot of sushi places stick to basics, but we pride ourselves on our creativity. Our chefs love to use their skills and do special custom items. And that's the feedback we get from our customers. We try to make it be a personalized experience."

One example: their so-called fish and chips, which consists of four crispy rice cake discs that are topped with raw tuna and drizzled with ponzu sauce. There are bento boxes, and signature rolls such as the Thai fire roll with tuna and crab salad. There are ceviches and crab cakes with pineapple-mango salsa. And there is blue crab fried rice, with a blue crab bechamel.

They have cocktails and unique specialty martinis, and on weekends, they keep late hours, staying open until 2 am from Thursday-Saturday.

Fontana previously worked with the Piranha Sushi chain owned by Kenzo Tran. He owns the Piranha Sushi location in Flower Mound, which he's changing over to Nyla, as well. And he has more expansion in the works, including Frisco, whose location he'll finalize later this month.

But Addison was a priority. "I love that area, it's just so lively with restaurants," he says.

The name Nyla reflects Fontana's personal history as well as the focus of the restaurant.

"NY is New York, I'm from New York," Fontana says. "LA is Los Angeles. "'From New York to Los Angeles' is what it means."

Addison Circle, the cute urban village off the Tollway, gets its sushi back with the opening of Nyla Sushi, a restaurant that opened in December 2016. Nyla is in the space that used to be ;Kampai, which closed in 2016 after being there for more than a decade.

Kampai had its following, but Nyla steps it up with creative fusion dishes, says owner Dennis Fontana.

"We try to be the frontrunner on creativity," he says. "A lot of sushi places stick to basics, but we pride ourselves on our creativity. Our chefs love to use their skills and do special custom items. And that's the feedback we get from our customers. We try to make it be a personalized experience."

One example: their so-called fish and chips, which consists of four crispy rice cake discs that are topped with raw tuna and drizzled with ponzu sauce. There are bento boxes, and signature rolls such as the Thai fire roll with tuna and crab salad. There are ceviches and crab cakes with pineapple-mango salsa. And there is blue crab fried rice, with a blue crab bechamel.

They have cocktails and unique specialty martinis, and on weekends, they keep late hours, staying open until 2 am from Thursday-Saturday.

Fontana previously worked with the Piranha Sushi chain owned by Kenzo Tran. He owns the Piranha Sushi location in Flower Mound, which he's changing over to Nyla, as well. And he has more expansion in the works, including Frisco, whose location he'll finalize later this month.

But Addison was a priority. "I love that area, it's just so lively with restaurants," he says.

The name Nyla reflects Fontana's personal history as well as the focus of the restaurant.

"NY is New York, I'm from New York," Fontana says. "LA is Los Angeles. "'From New York to Los Angeles' is what it means."

Addison Circle, the cute urban village off the Tollway, gets its sushi back with the opening of Nyla Sushi, a restaurant that opened in December 2016. Nyla is in the space that used to be ;Kampai, which closed in 2016 after being there for more than a decade.

Kampai had its following, but Nyla steps it up with creative fusion dishes, says owner Dennis Fontana.

"We try to be the frontrunner on creativity," he says. "A lot of sushi places stick to basics, but we pride ourselves on our creativity. Our chefs love to use their skills and do special custom items. And that's the feedback we get from our customers. We try to make it be a personalized experience."

One example: their so-called fish and chips, which consists of four crispy rice cake discs that are topped with raw tuna and drizzled with ponzu sauce. There are bento boxes, and signature rolls such as the Thai fire roll with tuna and crab salad. There are ceviches and crab cakes with pineapple-mango salsa. And there is blue crab fried rice, with a blue crab bechamel.

They have cocktails and unique specialty martinis, and on weekends, they keep late hours, staying open until 2 am from Thursday-Saturday.

Fontana previously worked with the Piranha Sushi chain owned by Kenzo Tran. He owns the Piranha Sushi location in Flower Mound, which he's changing over to Nyla, as well. And he has more expansion in the works, including Frisco, whose location he'll finalize later this month.

But Addison was a priority. "I love that area, it's just so lively with restaurants," he says.

The name Nyla reflects Fontana's personal history as well as the focus of the restaurant.

"NY is New York, I'm from New York," Fontana says. "LA is Los Angeles. "'From New York to Los Angeles' is what it means."

Addison Circle, the cute urban village off the Tollway, gets its sushi back with the opening of Nyla Sushi, a restaurant that opened in December 2016. Nyla is in the space that used to be ;Kampai, which closed in 2016 after being there for more than a decade.

Kampai had its following, but Nyla steps it up with creative fusion dishes, says owner Dennis Fontana.

"We try to be the frontrunner on creativity," he says. "A lot of sushi places stick to basics, but we pride ourselves on our creativity. Our chefs love to use their skills and do special custom items. And that's the feedback we get from our customers. We try to make it be a personalized experience."

One example: their so-called fish and chips, which consists of four crispy rice cake discs that are topped with raw tuna and drizzled with ponzu sauce. There are bento boxes, and signature rolls such as the Thai fire roll with tuna and crab salad. There are ceviches and crab cakes with pineapple-mango salsa. And there is blue crab fried rice, with a blue crab bechamel.

They have cocktails and unique specialty martinis, and on weekends, they keep late hours, staying open until 2 am from Thursday-Saturday.

Fontana previously worked with the Piranha Sushi chain owned by Kenzo Tran. He owns the Piranha Sushi location in Flower Mound, which he's changing over to Nyla, as well. And he has more expansion in the works, including Frisco, whose location he'll finalize later this month.

But Addison was a priority. "I love that area, it's just so lively with restaurants," he says.

The name Nyla reflects Fontana's personal history as well as the focus of the restaurant.

"NY is New York, I'm from New York," Fontana says. "LA is Los Angeles. "'From New York to Los Angeles' is what it means."

Addison Circle, the cute urban village off the Tollway, gets its sushi back with the opening of Nyla Sushi, a restaurant that opened in December 2016. Nyla is in the space that used to be ;Kampai, which closed in 2016 after being there for more than a decade.

Kampai had its following, but Nyla steps it up with creative fusion dishes, says owner Dennis Fontana.

"We try to be the frontrunner on creativity," he says. "A lot of sushi places stick to basics, but we pride ourselves on our creativity. Our chefs love to use their skills and do special custom items. And that's the feedback we get from our customers. We try to make it be a personalized experience."

One example: their so-called fish and chips, which consists of four crispy rice cake discs that are topped with raw tuna and drizzled with ponzu sauce. There are bento boxes, and signature rolls such as the Thai fire roll with tuna and crab salad. There are ceviches and crab cakes with pineapple-mango salsa. And there is blue crab fried rice, with a blue crab bechamel.

They have cocktails and unique specialty martinis, and on weekends, they keep late hours, staying open until 2 am from Thursday-Saturday.

Fontana previously worked with the Piranha Sushi chain owned by Kenzo Tran. He owns the Piranha Sushi location in Flower Mound, which he's changing over to Nyla, as well. And he has more expansion in the works, including Frisco, whose location he'll finalize later this month.

But Addison was a priority. "I love that area, it's just so lively with restaurants," he says.

The name Nyla reflects Fontana's personal history as well as the focus of the restaurant.

"NY is New York, I'm from New York," Fontana says. "LA is Los Angeles. "'From New York to Los Angeles' is what it means."

Addison Circle, the cute urban village off the Tollway, gets its sushi back with the opening of Nyla Sushi, a restaurant that opened in December 2016. Nyla is in the space that used to be ;Kampai, which closed in 2016 after being there for more than a decade.

Kampai had its following, but Nyla steps it up with creative fusion dishes, says owner Dennis Fontana.

"We try to be the frontrunner on creativity," he says. "A lot of sushi places stick to basics, but we pride ourselves on our creativity. Our chefs love to use their skills and do special custom items. And that's the feedback we get from our customers. We try to make it be a personalized experience."

One example: their so-called fish and chips, which consists of four crispy rice cake discs that are topped with raw tuna and drizzled with ponzu sauce. There are bento boxes, and signature rolls such as the Thai fire roll with tuna and crab salad. There are ceviches and crab cakes with pineapple-mango salsa. And there is blue crab fried rice, with a blue crab bechamel.

They have cocktails and unique specialty martinis, and on weekends, they keep late hours, staying open until 2 am from Thursday-Saturday.

Fontana previously worked with the Piranha Sushi chain owned by Kenzo Tran. He owns the Piranha Sushi location in Flower Mound, which he's changing over to Nyla, as well. And he has more expansion in the works, including Frisco, whose location he'll finalize later this month.

But Addison was a priority. "I love that area, it's just so lively with restaurants," he says.

The name Nyla reflects Fontana's personal history as well as the focus of the restaurant.

"NY is New York, I'm from New York," Fontana says. "LA is Los Angeles. "'From New York to Los Angeles' is what it means."

Addison Circle, the cute urban village off the Tollway, gets its sushi back with the opening of Nyla Sushi, a restaurant that opened in December 2016. Nyla is in the space that used to be ;Kampai, which closed in 2016 after being there for more than a decade.

Kampai had its following, but Nyla steps it up with creative fusion dishes, says owner Dennis Fontana.

"We try to be the frontrunner on creativity," he says. "A lot of sushi places stick to basics, but we pride ourselves on our creativity. Our chefs love to use their skills and do special custom items. And that's the feedback we get from our customers. We try to make it be a personalized experience."

One example: their so-called fish and chips, which consists of four crispy rice cake discs that are topped with raw tuna and drizzled with ponzu sauce. There are bento boxes, and signature rolls such as the Thai fire roll with tuna and crab salad. There are ceviches and crab cakes with pineapple-mango salsa. And there is blue crab fried rice, with a blue crab bechamel.

They have cocktails and unique specialty martinis, and on weekends, they keep late hours, staying open until 2 am from Thursday-Saturday.

Fontana previously worked with the Piranha Sushi chain owned by Kenzo Tran. He owns the Piranha Sushi location in Flower Mound, which he's changing over to Nyla, as well. And he has more expansion in the works, including Frisco, whose location he'll finalize later this month.

But Addison was a priority. "I love that area, it's just so lively with restaurants," he says.

The name Nyla reflects Fontana's personal history as well as the focus of the restaurant.

"NY is New York, I'm from New York," Fontana says. "LA is Los Angeles. "'From New York to Los Angeles' is what it means."