Includes sushi, Korean bbq, and Japanese cuisine.
Maine lobster roll. Ceviche. Cajun-spiced seafood. Not exactly three dishes that come to mind when you think of sushi. But the inventive sushi chefs of Origami Restaurant love to surprise their guests with unexpected ingredients. The Surf & Turf roll, for example, pairs steamed lobster with marinated beef and is crowned with red and black tobiko, whereas the Mexican-inspired Special Key West roll combines conch, scallop, and clam with cilantro and jalapeños. In addition to sushi, Origami features teriyaki entrees, Japanese-style ramen, and Korean dishes such as bibimbap and bulgogi. There's a full bar onsite, which is way more convenient than putting it next door.