Riverfront Times Restaurants — Restaurant Guide 2012
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TANI SUSHI BISTRO

As delicious as sushi is, nobody ever digs in right away. No, there are always a few seconds of silent reverie to admire the delicate whorls of sauce, the rich colors of the sashimi, the artful tempura. Or, in the case of Tani Sushi Bistro, the silence might be broken with the presentation of the aptly named “Oh My God” roll: “Oh my God,” is what will invariably escape from your lips, upon seeing the roll of shrimp, crab and avocado that arrives at your table and is promptly set on fire. Not that it’s all show and no substance at Tani: In fact, the single cuts of nigiri are among the most striking and toothsome options here. Still, Tani considers its twodozen specialty rolls to be its trademark: Besides the “Oh My God,” the spicy “Sex and the City” roll is a good one, as is the “Futomaki.”

Runners up

2. Wasabi Sushi Bar

3. The Drunken Fish

4. Kampai Sushi Bar

5. Café Mochi
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