MF Sushi isn’t somewhere you’re going to randomly think, “I want a spicy tuna roll, I guess I’ll go here.” However, when you want to spend a good amount on raw fish and feel incredibly well taken care of, this is where you should go. This place has a full menu of sushi nigiri and specialty rolls, along with appetizers like baked lobster tempura, and a whole selection of grilled vegetables and seafood too. But if you’ve already committed to spending a night here and money isn’t an issue, just reserve a spot at the seven seat omakase bar instead.
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