The menu at Park Hill Sushi Co. almost seems to be missing a page or two, so short and focused is the roster of hand-rolled temaki and meticulous sashimi at chef Bradford Kim's second outpost after opening Cherry Hills Sushi Co. But therein lies the brilliance of the austere little sushi bar: Perfection is captured through simplicity. A pour of rainwater-clear sake alongside a series of hand rolls, each delivery timed to follow the final bite of your last, offers a near-Zen-like study in flavors, textures and temperatures. Escape from the daily hustle with a short lunch or a leisurely dinner where the focus is entirely on the pleasure of eating — and a little drinking, too, if you dig Japanese beer and whisky.
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