Diners can choose from an array of Japanese-style dishes such as shrimp tempura, freshwater-eel sushi, or beef teriyaki
About Sushi Fugu
High-backed leather banquettes break up the smoked-salmon red expanse of Sushi Fugu's walls, which are gently illuminated by slender hanging lamps. Artwork peppers the walls, the abstract crimson swirls serving as a pleasant distraction from a meal, unlike an airplane copilot with uptight ideas about when it is appropriate to make a hoagie. Sleek wooden tables serve as a minimalist stage, where the food shines; platters showcase colorful sushi rolls and thin slices of super-white tuna and eel. Meanwhile, hot pan-Asian dishes emerge from the kitchen, where thai spices mingle with kebabs, thick udon noodles simmer in flavorful broths, and soy sauce dapples dumplings.
Excellent service. The spicy miso soup was real good and the sushi wasn’t impressive but average. The interior needs some maintenance. Seats were taped indicating cheap materials were used from the beginning. Wine rack was almost bare.