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Taka Review

It may be on a prominent corner, but the pristine fish imported from around the world and the creative presentations are what attracts the crowds each night. Start with one of the sushi chef's appetizers, perhaps the monkfish liver with ponzu, some slices of tender hamachi sashimi, or a special box-press sushi with shrimp, tuna, and crab topped with pickled seaweed and caviar. Hot dishes include salmon teriyaki and an East-meets-West-style New York steak. The restaurant is a favorite with Japanese visitors.

    Restaurant Details

  • Credit cards accepted.
  • No lunch.
Updated: 05-16-2014

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