$10 for $20 Worth of Japanese Cuisine and Drinks
In addition to traditional maki, chefs assemble inventive sushi rolls such as the Jiu-Jitsu roll, whose core of soft-shell crab and spicy tuna is topped with avocado and eel ($11.95), and the pesto-philly roll with salmon, unagi, cream cheese, masago, and pesto aioli ($10.95). Udon, chicken, and veggies simmer in clear broth ($9.95) for those craving a hot meal, and during lunch, bento boxes enable guests to try multiple dishes, such as teriyaki chicken with samples of sushi and sides ($8.95).
Situated in the heart of downtown, Kamon Japanese Restaurant's upbeat environment plays host to a cavalcade of fresh-rolled specialty maki and traditional Japanese entrees. Visitors can sidle up to the sushi bar to watch chefs assemble Yakuza rolls, which are stocked with yellowtail, spicy tuna, and avocado before being crowned with barbecue eel. Hot dinners highlight chicken katsu, salmon teriyaki, and pan-fried yakisoba noodles tossed with the customer’s choice of meat.