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$20 for $40 Worth of Sushi and Japanese Food
Sushi Eye's menu focuses on creative maki rolls such as the ASU roll with shrimp tempura inside and a spicy tuna top ($14.95) and the spicy bay-scallop roll ($6.95) tossed in hot sauce and rolled with cucumber.
Sushi Eye’s head chef Richard Cho playfully invents tangles of traditional and unorthodox sushi ingredients that earned the restaurant the Best Sushi title in 2006 and Best Maki award in 2007 from the Phoenix New Times. “Cho's a real maestro of maki and is always adding new ones to his menu, so repeat visits are obligatory,” the writer reported, going on to laud items such as the ASU roll, a bundle of shrimp tempura, spicy tuna, and macadamia nuts. Many of the rolls can be seen topped with Sushi Eye's signature garnish of macadamia nuts and tobiko or drizzled with unagi sauce. Away from the sushi bar, flames lap hungrily at short ribs marinated in a mild sweet sauce, and broiled unagi donburi combines eel with veggies, eggs, and rice.
Sage-green walls and expanses of sleek, dark wood surround diners as they busy their hands with chopsticks, thick morsels of sashimi, or reenactments of famous pickle-jar openings. Playful zephyrs slip through the bar, which bridges the dining room and the covered outdoor patio. Ice jingles in an array of cocktails beneath flat-screen televisions, and heat lamps and fairy lights radiate warmth and luminescence over clusters of cushioned benches. Their wine list features more than 60 bottles along with dozens of craft beers to choose from.
86% of 697 customers recommend
“good fod and good atmosphere”
“If you like sushi you will like this place.”
“Excellent rolls. Nice atmosphere. Not as loud inside as the other nearby sushi place, which is a good thing for enjoying dinner. ”