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Whether you like your sushi raw or cooked, as in the 'Home Depot Roll', this is a great place to eat. The Home Depot Roll is a combination of fried scallop with a creamy sweet sauce in a traditional sushi roll. One of my favorite entrees is a Combination Box which includes smaller portions of tempura, two of the following: chicken, salmon, or beef teriyaki plus fruit, salad, and soup. The wait staff is polite. It's good value for the money. Enjoy!
I live next door to Sushi Huku. Literally, I can walk there, and I frequently do. As my first review on Yelp, I find it appropriate and necessary to review the place I ate at 4-5 nights a week for 2 months straight this past summer. I'm not kidding. 4-5 nights a week for 2 months. Yes, I am now broke. Yes, I had no life this summer. But no, I did not get mercury poisoning.
I should note that I began eating there when the restaurant was changing owners, and prices were going up. I was unhappy about these developments, but I continued to go every night. I began by ordering the sashimi combo where the chef prepares a mixture of various fish. I suggest this if you are just getting your feet wet in sushi. Then I began ordering sushi and sashimi a la carte as well as trying their various raw rolls. The toro is excellent; the yellow tail, divine, and the squid is unfreakinbelievable.
The prices are not the best in town, but the sushi chefs are kind and yell at you in only a way that Japanese sushi chefs will yell at you. The waitresses wear the cutest kimonos and socks with their flip flops as only the Japanese can. After I had been coming so frequently for nearly a month, the sushi chef who always prepared my food began helping me experiment (so don't be afraid to ask them to create something for you). I learned that Japanese mint is great mixed with squid...he even gave me samples for free after I joked that I should get some sort of frequent flier card. And try a halibut roll even if it's not on the menu... if it's fresh.
I suggest Sushi Huku for those just getting into Sushi and for aficionados alike. Be sure to ask what is freshest that day (ask the sushi chefs if you can rather than the waitresses), drink the green tea, and of course have some gomeii (broiled spinach with sesame sauce!!).
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