Towering ceilings give this secluded strip-mall restaurant an airy feel, and the theatrically lit sushi bar makes for maximum drama. Expect to find the usual sushi options along with hot starters, teriyaki dishes, rice bowls and bento boxes. Further, the listings lead with English translations to the Japanese terms--eel rather than unagi, giant clam instead of mirugai. The hard-working chefs have a pronounced creative streak--their Rocky 3 roll has a soy paper wrapper stuffed with spicy tuna, avocado and crunchy tempura crumbs.
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