A childhood spent in Japan as well as Japanese cooking lessons from her mother Sumako helped prepare Maisie Bell for her long career as a sushi chef. In 2009, after a quarter century in the kitchen, Bell opened her eponymous sushi house, where she and her staff prepare made-to-order sushi as well as grilled salmon, beef, and chicken dishes. Cool blues and greens define the interior of the sleekly modern eatery, where patrons tuck into specialty rolls such as Red Dragon, with tempura shrimp and spicy tuna, and the Unknown roll, whose ingredients are awaiting new names from the Witness Protection Program. The kitchen also whips up baked mussels in a spicy cream sauce, beef teriyaki, and traditional japanese curries.
In a chic, minimalist atmosphere, ROE's executive chef whips up creative flavors for experimenting mouth-hutches. The panko-encrusted calamari starters are kissed with fire sauce ($10), while the thinly sliced pan-roasted pork mojito entree luxuriates on a chaise longue of creamy corn polenta, paired with mojito aioli, pickled red onions, and chipotle vinaigrette ($18). ROE's sushi menu lists a ravishing roster of rolls, several of which grace the chef's platters of assorted sushi ($20) and sashimi ($22). Specialty rolls induce mouth purring, and include the fruit roll-up, a melding of Fuji apple, cream cheese, and crab roll, with a dapper topper of smoked salmon, tuna, avocado, pine nuts, and white balsamic sauce ($13). A variety of sakes and infused drinks complement the extensive wine list and slay fire-breathing palates.
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The cuisine at Lin's Fusion is not your typical Chinese buffet. Instead, diners handpick the ingredients for their dishes and watch as chefs cook them all up right before their eyes. First, guests assemble their favorite veggies and proteins. Then they drop their bowls off at the desired cooking station, where chefs stir the ingredients into udon soups or sear them on a hibachi grill. A variety of other stations, including sushi and dim-sim bars, supplement these customizable feasts. Meals can also be punctuated with specialty drinks that range from a hibiscus-tea mojito to the Tiger Milk cocktail, a chilled glass filled with sake, coconut rum, and a mix of tropical fruit juices.
Teriyaki Don?s setup is simple, with tables, chairs, and a menu that is expansive, if not eclectic. The food seizes center stage from inside the unassuming space, enabling diners to focus fully on the large bowls of steak teriyaki, or lineup of sushi, that sits before them. Visitors can also feast on a fragment of home by ordering any number of quarter-pound burgers, washing back bites with sips of beer, sake, or soda.
In Japan, the cuisine is as colorful as it is flavorful. At Asian Grill, the chefs pay homage to Japan with their own eye-catching renditions of sushi, teriyaki, ramen noodles, and other Japanese classics. They wrap a paper-thin layer of bright-green avocado around the mini caterpillar roll, and radish sprouts add height and a pop of color to the Salmon Dreams roll. Beyond sushi, their menu also spotlights hot dishes, including pan-fried noodles and barbecue short ribs.