Although known for its great sushi, I love their Japanese dinners. At a most reasonable price, you choose two or three entrees from a lengthy list of familiar and not-so-familiar traditional Japanese offerings, served in a bento box with rice and other goodies, plus miso soup and a delicious salad. The menus (notice I wrote menus, not menu, because there are two extensive sushi ones plus one for the dinners, appetizers and other assorted items) are filled with photos of what is offered and they perfectly match what you are served. Ummmmm, delicious. I usually order the two-item dinner and select the shrimp and vegetable tempura and the breaded pork with plum sauce (tonkatsu). A pleasant staff greets and serves you in a very comfortable environment that is usually packed with other diners who have discovered this gem.
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