Tsukiji Sushi Bar & Restaurant

Mill Valley

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In a Nutshell

  • Fish sourced from a Tokyo fish market
  • Wines, sake, & Japanese beers
  • Relaxing interior, outdoor patios

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Feb 10, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Limit 1 per table. Reservation required. Dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Before 1964, most sushi rolls were filled with black coffee and cigarettes, making them popular with beatniks and Ginsberg-spouting squid. Celebrate delicious modernity with today's deal: for $25, you get $50 worth of sushi, small plates, drinks, and more at Tsukiji Sushi Bar & Restaurant, located in Mill Valley.

Sourcing most of its daily fish selections from a Tokyo's Tsukiji fish market, Tsukiji Sushi Bar & Restaurant whips up fresh, inventive nigiri, sashimi, and maki, along with small plates and daily specials. Commence mouth-purring with a dainty small plate of shrimp and vegetable tempura ($9.95) before moving onto meatier fare, such as the chicken or tempura udon ($15). Delectable sliced nigiri and sashimi options include melty pieces of yellowtail hamachi ($5.95 for nigiri, $14 for five pieces of sashimi) and smoked sake ($5.50, $13 for five pieces of sashimi), as well as toro (fatty tuna) and mirugai (giant clam) for seasonal prices. If you prefer your sushi draped in a rice coverlet, choose from more than 25 maki options, including the sunnyside roll, filled with spicy crab, avocado, cucumber, and shrimp tempura ($13.50), and the spicy scallop with masago and spicy aioli ($8). Tsukiji Sushi Bar & Restaurant offers wines and sake from around the globe, as well as Japanese beers Asahi and Sapporo ($4 small, $7 large) to complement dishes and slay fire-breathing palates.

Tsukiji Sushi Bar & Restaurant's serene interior boasts two black brick fireplaces and a visual feast of works from local artists. Enclosed sunrooms flank both sides of the dining area, and outdoor seating is also available in two patio areas in front of the restaurant. Reservations are highly recommended for weekends, when many patrons arrive to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries, or their graduation from katana training. Tsukiji Sushi Bar & Restaurant is closed Mondays.

Customer Reviews

The food was very good!
Denise R. · January 16, 2012
Best sushi I've had in a long time!
Toby P. · February 19, 2012
Awesome quality..
Sam L. · December 18, 2011

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