There are a number of Japanese beers available -- including tougher-to-find brews like Hitachino Nest White Ale and Yo-Ho Brewing Company’s Tokyo Black Porter -- as well as almost 20 varieties of sake.
The sushi bar stays open till 2 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, so late night partiers can get a bite before heading home (or on to an after hours joint).
Good to Know
The dark chocolate ginger soufflé is a fantastic finale, but, since it takes 20 minutes to prep, it’s best not to order it if you’re on a tight schedule.
DJs take over the decks in the back dining room starting at midnight on Fridays and Saturdays.
Chilean Sea Bass
Crunchy Spicy Salmon Roll
Spicy Cherry Blossom Ginger Mocktail
Located above its sister restaurant Lima, this Asian-Latino fusion hot spot is an otherworldly experience. Flat screens create hypnotizing scenery by playing fantastical undersea footage worthy of a Jacques Cousteau documentary interspersed with a camera feed from over the sushi station. Washes of green, blue, and red light splash across the space, while ruby chandeliers and teardrop light fixtures add a sparkle above. In a stretch of hallway between the front dining room and the lounge-style back bar, a pair of 70’s-style, see-through bubble chairs dangle from the ceiling invitingly.
If you’re interested in sticking to Eastern favorites, the hyper-fresh sushi is both delicious and divinely plated. Generous slabs of buttery bigeye tuna sashimi are fanned out on a leaf that’s balancing on a light wood box of finely crushed ice. The crunchy spicy salmon roll is plated with a racing stripe of garlic-spiked red pepper sauce.
For a more South American experience, crispy skinned salmon steak that’s rubbed in adobo spices with a belt of garlic-laced chipotle mojo is a good bet, as is the Tasmanian crab ceviche perched on a bed of creamy, lime-tossed avocado.
To enjoy a mixture of culinary disciplines, opt for the Chilean sea bass crusted with black soybeans on a hillock of whipped malanga root with a pool of sweet ‘n’ spicy beef ponzu sauce.
Fujimar takes it to the next level and into the great wide beyond.
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