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While in Atlanta, if you wish to try authentic Japanese cuisine, Zuma Sushi & Sake Bar is a perfect option. The restaurant's red and black colored decor and thin paper lanterns hanging from the ceiling exudes Oriental charm. While guests soak in the cozy ambiance, the chef presents some of the best sashimis, rolls and sushis in town prepared with fresh ingredients and traditional recipe. To complement the meal, the sake is served warm or cold to suit individual tastes. All in all, Zuma offers a sumptuous culinary treat.
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.
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.