From Our Editors
Everything at Sato Asoyama is homemade—a feat made even more impressive when you see how huge the menu of Japanese and Korean dishes is. Options range from appetizers like spicy tuna on crispy bacon rice, to noodle and tempura dishes, to Korean specialties like bibimbap or spicy pork bone soup. And that doesn't even count the lengthy list of sushi rolls, which includes sashimi and nigiri options, plus a specialty vegetarian section. Specialty rolls include a Hawaiian roll with deep-fried crab stick, cream cheese, mango, tuna, and coconut powder, while the winni roll is an especially unique option since chefs oven bake the imitation crab, avocado, and salmon concoction, and dress it with a sprinkling of parmesan cheese.