An authentic sushi bar is hidden in the back of this small Japanese grocery, and it's often crowded at lunchtime. This small but dense space is permeated with a clean, efficient no-nonsense atmosphere. This may not be the place to impress a client or woo a date, but sophisticated diners used to eating sushi in New York or Chicago will gladly cram themselves into the small chairs for a taste of the real thing.




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