Options at this popular sushi restaurant range from the ordinary (California roll) to the exotic like tuna with creamy tofu sauce, miso-marinated cod, or Japanese yellowtail with jalapeño. Japanese noodles (udon or soba) and meat dishes such as teriyaki and negimaki (scallions rolled in thinly sliced beef) are well prepared. Some of the inventive nonsushi items on the menu are worth a try, especially the fried cream cheese dumplings. Reservations are recommended. There are other locations, too, including one across the park at 370 Columbus Avenue, in Hell's Kitchen at 347 West 46th Street, and in TriBeCa at 130 West Broadway.