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Fu Sushi Restaurant Review: Fu Sushi co-owner Noam spent years in Japan, and subsequently his goal was to bring the same attention to detail he experienced while there to a Japanese eatery in Tel Aviv. The Art Deco interior with daring red walls yet composed décor epitomizes Zen philosophy, a balance of bold and serene. The same approach is taken with the food; every dish has an element of tradition and ingenuity. A creative appetizer is the Mexican tuna sliced thin carpaccio-style with slivers of hot green pepper, small olives and chopped tomatoes, all served on a crispy tortilla with an anchovy aïoli sauce. The Golden roll is filled with spicy salmon, avocado and lettuce and topped with bits of potato chips. Spicy tuna fills the Crunch Roll; it’s wrapped with seaweed and bordered by panko flakes, and finished with rice and tobiko. Indulge in a cocktail at the bar; the house favorite, called “10% of Love,” is a sharp, sexy drink made with Absolut Pears, lemon and Chartreuse.