Because we went back a second night, we had the opportunity to try a range of dishes, however nothing from the very extensive sushi menu was included. Did see lots of other having sushi however and enjoying it. One night the three of us all had the fresh salmon entree. Miso sauce was superb, light but tasty. Second night branched out, starting with Gyoza and shumai for appetizers. Very different types of dumplings. I had beef rice special which was thin steak slices, still moist, over a bed of rice. Teriyaki sauce. Delicious. Desserts delicious as well.
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