There is more to Japanese cuisine than just sushi, and Suehiro has it, in spades. Not that the raw fish and rice aren’t terrific; they are. The nigiri portions in particular are very generous and always very fresh. But, at Suehiro, I also like to order traditional family dishes from Japan like the tenzaru: a seasonal specialty made with buckwheat soba noodles. The pork tonkatsu, essentially a Japanese version of Wiener schnitzel, takes me back to the slice of my childhood spent outside Tokyo when our housekeeper fed us that dish. Suehiro has been around for a very long time and for one reason: quality. Try its heartwarming udon and sukiyaki and don’t be fooled by newer imitators.
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