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THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED NAMES Tsurugi Restaurant Review: Though finding this restaurant is a bit akin to finding your way through a maze (its tucked snugly away in the back of the creamery), its well worth the bother. Plump, fresh nigiri and maki rolls are served with aplomb by a whiz-bang team of trained Japanese chefs. An extensive menu of cooked Japanese specialties may tempt even the most avid sushi fans to stray a bit---and why not? Dishes such as the broiled yellowtail cheek and the duo of soft-shelled crabs offer interesting variations on sushi bar standards. If you do decide to stick with the sushi bar offerings, wed suggest you skip the rice altogether. Tsurugi offers several unusual kinds of sashimi (halibut, octopus) as well as a complete chefs choice sashimi dinner.