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In Focus: Azuma Sushi Established: 2000 Specialties: fresh sushi and traditional Japanese entrees Atmosphere: airy and cheerful, with peach-colored walls The Seattle Times’s recommendation: the deep-fried Dynamite Roll, which the paper called “particularly delectable” Best roll for breakfast: the Bagel Roll with smoked salmon, cream cheese, and avocado Best roll for meat-free diners: the Vegetarian Roll—avocado, cucumber, asparagus, and pickled daikon Most compact meal: bento box with a choice of protein, rice, miso soup, and salad
4533 California Ave SW
Seattle,
WA
US
For fresh maki, Seattle's Kamei Japanese Restaurant has got you covered. No need to miss out on Kamei Japanese Restaurant just because you are avoiding fat or gluten. The restaurant has tons of options that can accommodate your dietary needs. Got kids? No problem at Kamei Japanese Restaurant! The restaurant is a fantastic spot for families to dine together. The restaurant has catering services as well. Parking is plentiful, so diners can feel free to bring their vehicles. You can take it easy on your wallet at Kamei Japanese Restaurant — prices are generally less than $30 per person.
4512 California Ave SW
Seattle,
WA
US
In 2009, Mashiko Japanese Restaurant & Sushi Bar chef Hajime Sato, made a responsible but risky decision: go fully sustainable. This move meant eliminating some of the more popular sushi dishes, such as eel and shrimp, because of their endangered status. "You have to explain to people," he says in a video introduction to the restaurant. "People aren't going to eat whale because the media talks about it. But nobody talks about eel." Today, Sato and his staff pride themselves on running one of the few truly sustainable sushi restaurants in Seattle—or anywhere. He can trace each of his menu items back to its source and identify how it was caught. Seafood such as salmon and tuna are raised in farms that are free of antibiotics and designed not to disturb surrounding ocean life or dolphins trying to nap. The fishermen Sato works with pay equal respect to adjacent species by keeping bycatch—fish caught accidently—to a minimum. The policies and the resulting flavors alike have won praise from outlets such as Eater Seattle, which named Mashiko one of its 38 Essential Seattle Restaurants in 2012.
4725 California Ave SW
Seattle,
WA
US
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