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Kaede fills a much-needed gap in Portland’s sushi scene. It's high-quality seafood flown in from Japan that doesn’t require saving up for weeks to enjoy. Things are kept relatively low-cost—almost all dishes on the menu are under $20. Rotating specials like golden-eye snapper and half beak will satisfy the sushi nerd in your life, while the saba battera (house-cured mackerel served in a square-shaped roll) is buttery enough to win over that friend who sticks solely to California rolls. This kappo-style Sellwood restaurant seats only 15 people and doesn't take reservations for more than two. So plan accordingly if you want to book a spot for a semi-special weeknight meal or an anniversary. 

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