It may sit on a stretch of Peterson notable only for the hot dog stand Wolfy’s, but this stalwart competes in the sushi big leagues. The reason: fish of unimpeachable freshness, with as much care shown to presentation as to preparation. But don’t ask for extra wasabi: Chef Katsu is not about to let mere amateurs monkey with his creations. Stiff prices, bland room.
Dishes We Liked
Spinach goma ae ($7), negihama maki ($9), beef and asparagus roll ($14), lemony flounder ($16), eight-piece omakase ($60, chef’s selection of nigiri)