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This tiny Japanese restaurant located in downtown's bustling River Market is a great lunch option. Enjoy a superb lunch special with fried rice, Hibachi-grilled beef and vegetables, all reasonably priced. If you prefer to cook it yourself, you can also buy the raw food products and here. Choose from among special sauces, rice and cookies.
Expect friendliness and formality the second you walk in, as all the employees stop to give you a traditional Japanese greeting. The food is as good as the service, with the largest sushi selection in town and large T-rolls. Check out the Happy Hour Sushi Special, offered every Tuesday through Sunday from 5:30p-7p, which includes a variety plate of sushi for a great price. The menu also features tempura, soft shell crab, and a variety of soups. Each is fairly priced.
Sekisui is the area's hippest Japanese restaurant, drawing a crowd that is usually a well-to-do younger group. There is good reason why so many locals eat here. Although the food is a bit costly compared to other area Japanese restaurants, the food is delicious. A novel conversation starter is the revolving sushi bar. Tempt your palate with Hibachi grilled vegetables, Teppanyaki steaks, shrimp and chicken.
Sushi done right is exquisite, and at Kiyens you'll find fresh, delicious sushi along with other Japanese dishes. The atmosphere is casual and vibrant, so it's a great place to come whether you're dining alone or celebrating with a group. They have a good selection of wine and sake. You can also find handmade bread baked daily here. For fresh, quality sushi, look no further than Kiyens!