At Sushi Tazu, the sake is served warm in wooden boxes, the green tea is a deep and smoky jade, and any discrepancy between one plate of salmon maki and the next would have to be measured with a micrometer. Here the spirit of classical Japanese sushi resides comfortably next to modern interpretations. It's the perfect spot for some perfect bites.
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