SANTA FE, N.M. — Shohko Cafe introduced New Mexico to sushi more than 35 years ago, and still is one of the best places in town – and the state – for fresh raw fish if that pleases your palate. If not, there’s more to like at Shohko, including a fine selection of tempura and noodle dishes as well as teriyaki and salads.
Shohko and Hiro Fukuda opened Shohko Café in 1975 and moved to the current location in 1980, where the restaurant has done business ever since. Their attention to detail shows in all facets of this family-run operation.
If you and your friends love variety and like to share, Shohko offers tasty opportunities to explore a great range of Japanese food. If you are visiting with out-of-towners, be sure to suggest green chile tempura, served on its own or as part of the Santa Fe Roll combined with shrimp tempura, avocado and rice.