Sushi Zo

Sushi Zo

This strip-mall sushi spot may have spartan decor, but the purist omakase is filled with exceptional flavors that more than make up for the bland setting. Chef Kaizo Seki sources uncommon and distinctive cuts of fish, which are carefully paired with tasty sauces−ordering "on the side" is discouraged.

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