Come for the Midwestern Benihana-style decor, stay for the sushi -- because Sonoda's prepares some of the finest, freshest fish in the city. At any of this local mini-chain's four locations, you can be sure of getting the good stuff, assembled by a kitchen that's spent years trying to get a virtually changeless menu exactly right. Plus, Sonoda's offers some fine non-sushi Japanese cuisine as well, from an excellent miso soup to generous portions of filling soba noodles.
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After almost twenty years in lower downtown, longtime restaurateur Kenny Sonoda is calling it quits, and at the end of service tomorrow, the Sonoda's at 1620 Market Street will go dark. When Sonoda opened this second location of Son...
I'd been eating out with Glen again, which is almost never a good idea, and I think I felt the building housing Sonoda's shudder with relief when the two of us finally showed the front door our backs. Although the servers had never ...
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