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Abis Restaurant Review: Close-to-authentic Abis focuses on classic Japanese flavors and preparations. Dinner starters such as the kani-su, a delicate snow crab flavored with vinegar sauce, demonstrate the kitchen's expertise with seafood. Additionally, entrées cooked on a hibachi or Japanese grill are a feast for the eyes and palate. Appetizing cuts of chicken, filet mignon, fish and seafood are artfully prepared at the table before they are whisked onto the plate. Lighter fare can be had as well. An array of sushi and sashimi, including several types of toro and colorful delicate rolls, are also available. Comparably simpler selections can be found, too, such as a nabeyaki udon, or thick wheat flour noodles served with fried shrimp and boiled vegetables in soup. This extends to traditional Korean standards including a bibimbap, or rice cooked in a stone bowl with seasoned meat and vegetables in a spicy bean sauce, as well as a silky tofu beef stew.