After settling into Jade's 6,000-square-foot space, start with one of its signature cocktails and a refreshing seaweed salad ($4). Stick with a tried-and-true roll like a California ($6.50), eel ($7), or tuna ($6), or if you got an A+ on eBay today, splurge on one of Jade’s specialty makimoto. More seasoned sushi samurais can receive the geisha’s kiss ($12)—a spicy tuna roll crested with seared tuna, crunchy tempura bits, and scallions, and drizzled with eel sauce—or gorge on the gargantuan big and crazy ($20), which combines soft-shell crab, shrimp tempura, crab salad, cucumber, and avocado, topped with tobiko, crunchy tempura bits, scallions, and eel sauce. For vegans and fishphobics, Jade offers a modest selection of vegetable rolls, so you can LARP Beatrix Potter without breaking character during lunch. In addition to sushi options, Jade serves entrees like stir-fried noodles ($11), fried rice ($8), and spicy Mongolian stir-fry ($12) with your choice of meats or tofu (for shrimp, add $2).