Chefs assemble a variety of creative rolls, from ultrathin salmon maki to rice-less rolls with avocado and crab meat
What You'll Get
- $14.50 for $20 worth of sushi and Japanese food for two or more
- See the menu here.
The Fine Print
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About Tatami Sushi Restaurant
At Tatami Sushi Restaurant, cooked and uncooked maki stand out on a menu that also includes thin sushi rolls, teriyaki eats, and noodles and rice. Those who love traditional uncooked maki might opt for spicy crispy tuna, whereas those who prefer cooked maki can try the East Bridgewater, a deep-fried medley of cooked salmon, crab stick, shrimp, and tobiko. Some rolls mix cooked and uncooked elements, including the Red Sox roll, which pairs deep-fried seaweed with fresh salmon and tuna.
Entrees, meanwhile, provide a tasty detour in the form of chicken teriyaki, Chilean sea bass, and salmon topped with wasabi crumbs. Much like a mother who wants her kids to visit, Tatami offers lunch specials throughout the week. Each order comes with miso soup and a fresh salad.