Japanese restaurant offers a variety of nigiri and maki rolls, including vegetarian options
What You'll Get
- $25 Value for Dinner for Two
- $50 Value for Dinner for Four
The Fine Print
About Jieyi Sushi
Like a colorful dragon snaking its way through a New Year's festival in Beijing, Jieyi Sushi's maki rolls dance before customers' eyes as if in celebration. Set in serpentine shapes on clean white plates, they exude the eye-catching colors of fresh salmon, mango, newly sliced avocado, and rich, spicy sauces, which are carefully layered, wrapped, and rolled to create something that tempts both eyes and tongues. Other dishes here, though less carefully constructed for the sake of presentation, promise equally delectable flavor combinations. The Thai curries hold crunchy veggies in lightly sweet or spicy sauces, while udon plates train hands to masterfully deliver just the right mix of noodles and seafood to hungry mouths.