Olleh Sushi and Tofu House
Dotted with circles, squares, and rectangles, Olleh Sushi and Tofu House looks a bit like a geometry classroom. Though these wooden shapes could be used for math instruction, they’re instead used as tables topped with Japanese meals and Korean specialties such as tofu soups and barbecued short ribs. More than 75 types of sushi, such as salmon nigiri and crab-and-avo rainbow rolls, pair fresh flavors with vibrant colors that are delivered on plates or in wooden boats. At the bar, mixologists pour Sapporo beer from the tap and deliver bottles of chilled sake in flavors ranging from sweet and fruity to floral and nutty. Nearby, a private dining room welcomes groups with long communal tables and cushy red booths.