Koto Japanese Restaurant
It's no secret what the main attraction at Koto Japanese Restaurant is—fresh, hand-made sushi and maki rolls, and sashimi combos dominate two full pages of the menu. There's nothing understated about the presentation here, either; chefs serve up a seafood dish called the Love Boat—a mix of tuna, hamachi, and salmon served atop a miniature wooden ship. Traditional sushi options include the rainbow and caterpillar rolls, but diners can also sample such inventive signature rolls as the cruncy Cajun roll, stuffed full of Louisiana crawfish and massago, deep-fried, and served with spicy sriracha. In the dining room, the decor is minimal, with only decorative Japanese-style fans and paintings adorning the walls. But the highlight is the stone koi pond in the front of the house, where colorful, ornamental carp swim contentedly knowing that hand fishing is strictly forbidden.