- $12 for $20 worth of dinner for two or more
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China and Japan have been culturally linked for centuries. That unseen bond extends to the kitchen at Tao Yin, where chefs craft entrees that would be as at home in a Tokyo sushi bar as they would in a Beijing market. Sushi lovers can choose from dozens of options, including speciality rolls such as the SF Giants roll, featuring crispy tempura shrimp, crab, and cucumber garnished with soft-shell crab, creamy avocado, and spicy mayo. Elsewhere on the menu, chef's specialties pull liberally from both nation's cuisines; try a bubbling bowl of udon, walnut prawns glazed with sweets sauces, or even a roasted duck plated with tender broccoli.