$12 for $20 worth of sushi and Japanese dinner for two or more people
See the menu.
Sakana of Tokyo
Sakana of Tokyo's chefs put a lot of artistry into their plates, whether they're assembling a dish of seafood udon or packing a bento box lunch to go. They stay pretty traditional with their recipes for the most part, with plenty of teriyaki items, but let their creativity show through their specialty sushi rolls. Of the 32 varieties, some go so far as to pair fresh kiwi with spicy crab or barbecued eel with spicy tuna. That creative bend also extends to their presentation, whether in using thin slices of tuna to sculpt rose blossoms or using splashes of sauce to decorate a serving plate. There's always a new reason to visit too, as new specials pop up every week and happy hours bring with discounts on drinks and potential hugs from other people who are just as delighted by their meals.