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Shuhei Restaurant Review: Tucked into the lower level of a small office building --- and therefore somewhat challenging to find --- this tastefully decorated space boasts blond wood tables, Japanese art and artifacts and servers clad in Japanese garb. Sushi is the star here; among the more than 50 varieties are tuna, avocado and fish roe; marinated mackerel; sea urchin; and yellowtail and eel. Meanwhile, the eight-slice futomaki sushi includes tasty options like the green caterpillar with grilled eel, cream cheese and avocado. Appetizers are plentiful; we suggest the kogani age (lightly fried soft shell crab) and the salty miso soup. There are plenty of options for the sushi shy as well, like salads, noodles and a whole host of vegetarian picks. A well-crafted wine, saké and beer list will satisfy any diner. Service is professional and helpful.