Sushi Sake : 4 of 5
This Japanese restaurant just opened in October, and I went with Chris and Eliza on a spur of the moment dinner outing. I love Japanese food, but unfortunately haven't explored all of it as I should. Now that I've tried Sushi Sake, I think I'll being trying much of it soon. The decor is very upscale without being intimidating, and the staff seemed to be 100% Asian (I hate going to PF Chang's and listening to some frat boy pronounce everything wrong). We had excellent miso soup and then sushi (Caterpillar, Philly, and Tiger Eye), which was good, but I'm not fond of the wrapping - each piece was extremely large, spoiling the necessary "one bite" requirement of sushi. The taste was great however, and I'll be back (if only to get a glimpse of the kawaii hostess again).