One of the most outstanding sushi restaurants in Seattle is quietly nestled in Green Lake—and the diners come in droves. Fresh sushi is the mainstay, along with signature rolls such as the Green Lake variety, with salmon, flying fish eggs, asparagus, avocado, and marinated seaweed, or the Wallingford, with yellowtail, green onion, cucumber, radish, sprouts, and flying fish eggs. Definitely spring for the omakase (chef's menu), which can mean anything from fatty tuna, shrimp, octopus, and albacore to salmon, yellow tail, hammer jack, and unagi. Straightforward decor and ambience make it easy to concentrate on the delicious food in front of you. Regulars swear by the agedashi tofu. Non-sushi entrees are also available, including terikayi and a tempura dinner with prawns.