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Fu Sushi

32 Yirmiyahu (Dizengoff St.) Send to Phone
Tel Aviv's hot Japanese restaurant for sushi and more.
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Local Deals: 120 * 90

Lunch & Dinner daily
Open late

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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. Appetizers include salmon sashimi, topped with a foamy avocado salsa and diced green bell peppers and onions. Unique rolls include the Unagi Roll made with cooked eel and anointed with toasted sesame seeds and a light drizzle of tangy eel sauce. Spicy tuna fills the Crunch Roll; it’s bordered by panko flakes and wrapped with seaweed, and topped 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.

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