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Tomo, Atlanta

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If there’s one sushi chef to train under, Tomohiro “Tom” Naito chose the right person when he worked for Nobu Matsuhisa, one of the first Japanese chefs to popularize sushi, in Las Vegas. Since 2005, Naito has been serving Japanese food with unique flavors that employ French and Italian styles of cooking in this sleek restaurant with dark wood floors and plush seats. With fish flown in twice a week from Tokyo’s Tsukiji market, you know the paper-thin slices of fluke dotted with hot sauce and brightened with the flavors of ponzu jelly are as fresh as they come. There’s also a dish named after a customer called the Lobster a La Musso, which combines live lobster with uni and white truffle oil.

3630 Peachtree Rd.; (404) 835-2708; tomorestaurant.com

Best Sushi Restaurants in the U.S.

Tomo, Atlanta

If there’s one sushi chef to train under, Tomohiro “Tom” Naito chose the right person when he worked for Nobu Matsuhisa, one of the first Japanese chefs to popularize sushi, in Las Vegas. Since 2005, Naito has been serving Japanese food with unique flavors that employ French and Italian styles of cooking in this sleek restaurant with dark wood floors and plush seats. With fish flown in twice a week from Tokyo’s Tsukiji market, you know the paper-thin slices of fluke dotted with hot sauce and brightened with the flavors of ponzu jelly are as fresh as they come. There’s also a dish named after a customer called the Lobster a La Musso, which combines live lobster with uni and white truffle oil.

3630 Peachtree Rd.; (404) 835-2708; tomorestaurant.com

Courtesy of Tomo

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