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As diners sip their favorite beverages in the BYOB eatery, they can peruse the menu for starters such as the pork-filled gyoza served with ponzu sauce ($7). Specialty maki options include the Scarface roll, likely named for its spicy accents of jalapeño, wasabi mayo, and sriracha ($12). Tongues can cool down with one of several unusual fruit-filled rolls, including the Strawberries & Cream ($10).
The recent additional of Korean barbecue menu at Yuki Hana features dishes such as LA kalbi, bulgoki, and vegetable gui–all served with soup, sauce, steamed rice, and side dishes. Sushi is the star, arriving in more than 50 varieties of nigiri and maki. Movie-based monikers hint at the nature of each specialty maki roll—the Lethal Weapon roll delivers an aggressive kick of flavor, and the James Bond roll frequently parachutes onto tables instead of getting delivered by a waiter. Diners also sup on crispy mango entrees or teriyaki-beef dumplings, and they close with scoops of green-tea ice cream or fried dough drizzled in a sweet syrup.