From Our Editors
Dive into Origami Sushi's picture-filled menu to discover traditional fare with a creative twist. Starters such as the seared tuna tataki or the baked green mussels offer a pleasing beginning to any meal ($6.95 each). Try the tempura gladiator roll with eel, shrimp, asparagus, and avocado for a little crunch ($11.95), or combine shrimp, pineapple, cream cheese, avocado, and a thigh-slimming grass skirt in the Hawaiian ($6.95). Sashimi fans can swim upstream for the salmon roe and white tuna, or snag the sashimi dinner which features 10 pieces of sashimi and a California roll ($16.95). For patrons preferring unraw eats, Origami Sushi also serves up a variety of teriyaki selections and seafood rice bowls. Accompany the feast with a chilly Asahi or Kirin Ichiban beer ($5.95 each), or warm up with an Oi Ocha hot green tea ($2.95) or tabletop chopstick fire.