From six-piece sets to a personalized omakase at the bar, there’s a sushi experience for every budget at this cozy Atwater restaurant. We prefer something more in the middle, either the ten-piece nigiri set or chirashi, which comes topped with super-fresh cuts of ahi, hamachi, uni, and ebi shrimp then served with a side of fresh strawberries. It’s a luxurious, but not too expensive experience, considering the quality (the ten-piece set is $100, the chirashi is $65), ideal for a low-key date night or impressing your parents with how sophisticated you are - while simultaneously not reaching for your wallet when the bill comes.
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