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Sushi Roku Restaurant Review: In keeping with hip, W hotel style, this modern Japanese spot presents glam Cal-Latin American fusion. Go here to get your graze on, with some three dozen appetizers, two dozen-plus sushi options, and just a half dozen entrées. But be careful, dishes are pricey, and can wound those who order carelessly. Perhaps you crave lobster medallions with truffle oil glaze, a sea bass spring roll, Japanese Wagyu with mushrooms, and Asian barbecue short ribs? That’ll add up to $100 easy. An entrée of roasted lobster, prawns and scallops in pink peppercorn olive oil is more than $40. Much of the buzz is about the digs, spanning 6,000-square-feet with large boulders, teak, black slate and an open steel staircase soaring to a second-floor patio. Save some coin for cocktails, too; the bartenders craft flashy drinks (hot chocolate saké, anyone?).