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Sachiko's looks like any neighborhood sushi spot, but the Japanese fare here goes beyond that of the average raw-fish joint. Harumaki spring rolls arrive as long, thin crunchy fingers filled with seafood and veggie pâté, with wasabi mayo for dipping. Kushiage, a panko-breading technique, occupies a portion of the menu, though chunks of shrimp, chicken, filet mignon, and eggplant are not always evenly cooked. Another specialty, the Tamatebako "Jewel Box," is as alluring as the name suggests: Round rice balls topped with raw-fish slices are each adorned with different delicacies, from uni to salmon roe to guacamole. A fenced in, plant-decked back garden is the spot to sit in warm weather, while the brick-and-dark-wood interior, bathed in a red glow, adds some elegance to casual weeknight dinners.Happy Hour
During happy hour (T–Su, 5:30 p.m.–8 p.m.), get two sushi rolls for $10, as well as reduced prices on select drinks.Recommended Dishes
Harumaki, $6; Tamatebako “Jewel Box,” $30