- $20 for $30 worth of sushi and pan-Asian cuisine
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When the proprietors of Taipei Tokyo first opened in 1993, they modeled it after fend-for-yourself type places found in East Asia. Their cuisine was equally traditional. Back then, sushi was just beginning to become more popular in the United States, but it, along with authentic Chinese dishes, were hard to find. They decided to let the food speak for itself, and it worked. After expanding to a second location in Fallsgrove Village Center in 2003, they upped their interior-decorating game with a beautiful freestanding sushi bar and a chic, but approachable, dining room. The impressive menu runs the culinary gamut of Asia from thinly-sliced sashimi to wok-seared Chinese stir-fried broccoli to Thai-style drunken noodles.