The large menu at iSushi Café presents a rice-covered mountain of possibilities, both raw and cooked. Yakisoba combines sautéed buckwheat noodles with seared meats, vegetables, and seafood ($6.75–$7.75), perfect for silencing noisy appetites or impressing friends by tying noodle knots. The sushi menu's 39 rolled specialties flatten cravings, bounding over taste buds with such eclectic combinations as chicken-tempura sushi ($5) and spicy octopus with korean pepper ($5) or traditional delicacies including unagi rolls—eel and cucumber topped with eel sauce ($5.50). For nostalgic enhancement, iSushi beefs up dorm-room memories with spicy seafood ramen-noodle soup, which contains egg, enoki mushrooms, red and green pepper, onion, fish cake, shrimp, scallops, and mussels instead of a tiny foil packet ($8.75). The interior of iSushi Café conjures futuristic feelings with a metallic-lined sushi bar, stylish light fixtures, and a bright color scheme.