- $30 for $60 worth of Japanese cuisine and drinks
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The décor at Nisen 347 views Japanese traditions with an eye on the future. Conceptualized by Horst Design International, the dining room basks in the modern glow of soft purple lighting, while a towering bamboo column in the center symbolizes the sushi restaurant's foundations in Asian culture. To that effect, Asia-inspired murals decorate the booths, which are recessed into the wall to keep conversations intimate and keep neighbors from snatching rolls with their chopsticks.
Behind the counter, Nisen's chefs also update classic sushi dishes with a modern mindset. The Happy Lobster roll sits in a boat-like leaf propped up on a lobster tail and asparagus spears, while the omakase platters highlight sashimi slices with accents of fruit, flowers, bamboo, and sometimes even LED lighting. Cocktails are equally intriguing, with specialty drinks such as a fig martini with wild-tea vodka and lychee juice.