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Dig into incredible sushi creations at Sekisui. The ingenious chefs mix flavors and ingredients to put together an array of highly acclaimed recipes like Hurricane tempura roll, Nashville roll, Pickled Daikon and nigiris. Such is the popularity and steady following of this restaurant, that customers themselves have requested custom made recipes, which hold pride of place on the menu. Try the Debra Roll with tuna, cilantro and ponzu sauce or the Jeni's Roll with lobster, scallions and smelt roe. This is a good place to try some sake and wine during happy hours. The service is professional and prompt, while the welcoming staff makes the experience more special.
Serving a plethora of deep and fried rolls, Sakura at Poplar Avenue has fast become the neighborhood's go-to spot for sushi. With great options for vegetarians as well as omnivores, you will find a spectacular lunch menu ranging from Pork Loin Teriyaki, Pork Tonkatsu and Salmon Teriyaki to Vegetable Tempura and Beef Teriyaki. The sushi rolls are to die for, with A to Z varieties that ensure you can try something new each time you visit Sakura.
For those intense sushi cravings, head to Tokyo Grill for a wide variety of sushi at reasonable prices. Located on Park Avenue, this Japanese-centric sushi place has a versatile menu that features everything from Miso and Gyzo soups to appetizers, sushis, dinner bento boxes, rolls, hibachi meals and katsu. Try the much-raved-about East Memphis Roll and the Grizzly Roll, both of which are served in generous quantities so you can satiate your sushi obsession satisfactorily.
OEC Japanese Express is a quick, family-friendly restaurant in Bartlett where you can grab Asian food to go or dine in the casual atmosphere. A wide variety of sushi rolls and hibachi meals are available for lunch and dinner. The hibachi meals come with sweet carrots and fried rice during the lunch hours. They include a house salad as well with dinner orders. Sushi rolls come in spicy or traditional versions sure to please every palate. -Ann Baker