About this Business
From Our Editors
At Tsuki Japanese, sushi chefs handcraft nearly 30 specialty rolls. One such roll is the Red Devil: a vibrant medley of lobster tempura, mango, and spicy tuna. Another is the snow crab- and chili sauce-topped Snow Roll. Even with so many options, however, the chefs know that they can't account for every taste. That's why they've created the build-your-own seaweed or soybean rolls, which they pack with a diner's chosen ingredients. These run the gamut from asparagus to grilled chicken, and come garnished with sauces like eel teriyaki and eel-free teriyaki.
While sushi chefs fastidiously wrap the rolls, the hibachi cooks dazzle visitors by preparing feasts on teppanyaki grills. Amid jetting flames, they sear cuts of filet mignon and tender scallops, which they pair with soup, salads, veggies, and fried rice or noodles.
Tsuki Japanese's cuisine features Chinese and Thai entrees as well; including sesame chicken, thai curry, and pad thai.