For a complete break from the traditional, check out Ikko, where Chef Ikko Kobayashi combines seemingly disparate flavors like uni and black truffle for incredible combinations.
Old-school traditionalists should patronize Sushi Wasabi, where Katsu Aoyagi, a true itamae (sushi chef), takes his artform seriously - so seriously, in fact, that he refuses to make California rolls. He only serves omakase according to the freshest catches of the day.
If you’re new to the world of sushi, you can find more introductory meals at Maki Zushi, which has received many accolades over the years. From teriyaki and curry dishes to freshly cracked uni, the restaurant caters to both novices and sushi connoisseurs alike.