As its name implies, Sushi Village offers a plethora of classic and specialty sushi rolls—47, to be exact. The eatery’s traditional rolls tuck portions of spicy tuna and crawfish into their enclosed bites, with specialty rolls getting even more creative: chefs blend snow crab and fruit sauce in the Hawaii roll, and balance the flavors of barbecue eel and avocado in the house roll. Along with handcrafting sashimi from mackerel and octopus, the chefs also compose hot seafood, beef, and vegetable entrees. With a selection almost as varied as the sushi menu, entrees come with noodles hibachi-grilled, marinated in teriyaki, or coated in a tempura batter. A buffet also gives diners the option to sample from many of the menu’s impressive offerings or steal glances at the spread from afar while building up the courage to approach it.