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Best Japanese/Sushi in Atlanta

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Your hunt for authentic Thai cuisine in Atlanta ends at Mali Restaurant, which has something to meet everyone's needs, no matter what it is they're craving. The atmosphere is cozy, and the staff attentive and efficient. It is quite clear that the same amount of care that is put into the creation of each dish goes into its presentation as well. Most of the dishes on the menu are at least mildly hot, and go up to very hot, so be careful before ordering. There is an extensive sushi list that includes Nigiri and rolled sushi. The interior of the restaurant is small and gets packed rather quickly, so make sure to reserve a table.

Bottle Rocket is the local favorite sushi place in the neighborhood. Located in Castleberry Heights, the place is an oriental oasis and plates up delicious flavors from the East. The menu features authentic Japanese cuisine tweaked to suit the American palate. Savor contemporary specialties or choose from a range of traditional noodles. The array of sushi and sashimi rolls taste the best with the inventive cocktails on offer.

Often listed among the upper echelon of Atlanta's sushi restaurants, Sushi Huku delivers the freshest sushi in a fun and comfortable atmosphere. Traditional Japanese decor dominates the interior, where seating at the bar offers a perfect view of chef Hukusan's masterwork behind the glass. Menu favorites include the various rolls, nigri, sashimi, and other variations, many of which incorporate special personal twists of this fabulous sushi craftsman. A full range of Japanese sake and beer is available from the bar.

Nakato Japanese Restaurant comprises of three Japanese joints. Divided into a large, comfortable dining room for sit-down meals, a quiet sushi bar, and a hibachi bar, where some of the best Samurai chefs wield fast knives for your amusement, it is truly a unique sushi place. A lovely Japanese garden sets the tone for the subdued, traditional atmosphere. A variety of specialty dishes are offered, but most of the menu is served a la carte. A full bar featuring sake and beers like Kirin and Sapporo is available.

In the heart of Atlanta lies this serene restaurant popular for serving Japanese cuisine with a twist. The noted chef, Tomohiro Naito, succeeds in creating traditional Japanese specialties cooked with the freshest local and international ingredients. This innovative and amazing fusion is reflected in the restaurant interiors complemented by the soothing piano and jazz music. The desserts served at this restaurant are to die for. Pair your meal with traditional sake or Japanese whiskey.

The fish used to create the dishes at Starfish Sushi are of many different species, but the one thing that unites them all is that they are fresh as can be. No matter whether you're having the fairly common tuna or salmon, or rarer varieties like Japanese red snapper or young yellowtail, you can be rest assured that it will be delicious. The Japanese cuisine comprises dishes like the Alaskan king crab tempura and spicy yaki udon noodles. The sushi and sahimi list is seemingly never ending, and features a number of must-haves. Among the Starfish original rolls, the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, a spicy tuna roll with toppings of beef tataki, special sauce and avocado, is worth trying. The drinks selection comprises wines, sake, beer and sodas.

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