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Sushi Neko Restaurant Review: When you enter Sushi Neko, someone often shouts "Iras-shai," which means welcome, and make yourself at home. Ordering sushi for the first time? Try the sushi virgin sampler. If you’re in the mood for turf instead, go for the ten-ounce cherry blossom filet, crusted with black peppercorns and served with a Cabernet and cherry sauce. Daily specials combine regional tastes like Cajun rolls with traditional Japanese items such as sweet grilled chicken yakitori or maguro goma-tataki --- seared tuna with sesame ginger sauce on mixed greens. Tempura is light and piled high. Sushi boats can feed a group of raw fish aficionados easily, and the curry udon noodles are satisfying for a diner searching for an alternative selection. Grab a specialty saké or a glass of wine to accompany your meal, and save room for the refreshing plum or green tea ice cream for dessert.