Built on the reputation of a well-trained sushi chef, Sushi Tora's legacy of excellent Japanese cuisine has carried over to new owners. Over time, the menu has evolved to include more contemporary expressions, supplementing orders of raw fish and traditional Japanese offerings with European touches and ingredients with complementary flavors. The evolution has been enough to keep the downtown Boulder restaurant -- with its bamboo floors, peaceful ambiance and airy, contemporary feel -- packed full of diners at both lunch and dinner, sipping sake and sharing tapas-style appetizers before digging into rounds of rolls and nigiri.
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There are three sushi restaurants within a three-block radius in downtown Boulder — and each of them is almost always full. One caters to college kids who come for fusion rolls and cheap drink specials, another attracts crowds...
Tuesday, November 30, 2010 at 10:59 a.m. by Laura Shunk
When Mara and Peter Soutiere, owners of Boulder's Tahona Tequila Bistro and a still unnamed new restaurant that will open at 1035 Pearl Street, also in Boulder, bought Sushi Tora two years ago, their biggest challenge was determinin...
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