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Otani Restaurant Review: This is one of the oldest of the region’s contemporary sushi and hibachi restaurants, having stood quietly tucked inside a nondescript shopping plaza for more than 30 years. The large space is simply decorated with light wood tables and muted tones throughout. Nigiri, sashimi, maki and specialty rolls --- including the spicy Buddha and the Fire Crab Roll --- are available in such a variety that it’s hard to choose. Entrées include traditional favorites, such as sesame chicken and shrimp teriyaki, as well as action-packed hibachi dinners. Drinks range from Tokyo iced tea to piña coladas, while wines are unimpressive at best. Desserts are limited, though the fried flan will satisfy any sweet tooth.