This locals-favorite sushi bar is right on Lake Union at the south end of the lake, and although it's a bit difficult to find, it's well worth searching out. Not only is the sushi excellent, but there are some tasty, exotic cocktails. The views of the lake are limited, which is probably why the food is so good. Be sure to try the Seattle roll, which is made with flying fish roe and salmon (a nod to the flying fish at Pike Place Market perhaps). If you're not a fan of sushi, try the black cod kasuzuke, which is marinated in sake curd.
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