- $20 for $30 worth of sushi and Japanese fare for two or more people
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Hanging red decorations emblazoned with "Sushi" and Chinese characters beckon diners toward the prime spot: the sushi bar. There, patrons get a free show with their meal, watching in real time as chefs expertly slice fish for a wide array of raw-fish maki rolls, nigiri, and sashimi. Those who prefer their fish cooked can choose from more than 20 cooked rolls, or go for broke with a deep-fried roll, such as the Dynamite filled with salmon, crab, and asparagus and topped with mayo and hot sauce. The sushi bar has limited seating, though, so bigger groups can settle in at a table in the family-friendly dining area.
Despite the restaurant's moniker, it offers plenty more than sushi. Diners can sample hibachi chicken, steak, or scallops, or opt for crunchy crab tempura. To wash it all down, guests can sip traditional hot tea or choose from a short list of wines, beers, and sakes. Sushi Cafe also offers a children's menu in case little ones aren't quite ready to give flying fish roe a try.