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    Best sushi for the front range???

    I was told I'm a dork for this thread!

    But I vote Fontana across from southwest plaza In a little strip mall!


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    Sonoda's Park Meadows

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    For the average day, try King Sooper's sushi.
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    Nihon ga natsukashii.
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    A new place just opened at W64th and Indiana in Arvada. Sushi Aji. I went on Weds night and really enjoyed it. Mind you, when it comes to sushi I'm mostly going for the tuna and salmon so I'm not into the fancy stuff but what I had was delicious. We also ordered the yakisoba (noodles) and that dish was great too. I'll definitely go back.

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    [QUOTE=PBR me!;10400819]I was told I'm a dork for this thread!
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    Pretty sure you're a dork for more things than that, but...
    Sushi Den. Expensive, good.
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    Re: Best sushi for the front range???

    Kobe An in Lakewood. They've been great for decades!

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    Down in the Springs, "JUN" Just a bit south of Woodman on Academy has the best that I have had so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lubes17319 View Post

    Nihon ga natsukashii.
    That was some funny stuff. Spent seven months in Iwakuni/Hiroshima.

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    Sushi Den is good. Sushi Kasa in Boulder is top notch.
    None of them are great, though, in grand scheme of things, we're too far away from water and Japan.

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    Land of Sushi has always been pretty good. Land of Sushi... Welcome!

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    [QUOTE=rogerfromco;10403447]Kobe An in Lakewood. They've been great for decades!

    I miss Rex.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blueallah View Post
    I miss Rex.
    Heh. Was Rex the chef down at Akebono? Remember some good evenings back in the 90's down at that sushi bar...

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    [QUOTE=Blueallah;10406424]
    Quote Originally Posted by rogerfromco View Post
    Kobe An in Lakewood. They've been great for decades!

    I miss Rex.
    Rex was great, but I have to say they have recovered well from losing him and have a lot of new house specials that really rock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Funrover View Post
    Down in the Springs, "JUN" Just a bit south of Woodman on Academy has the best that I have had so far.
    Have to agree with Funrover! They have more of an upscale location on Centennial and Fillmore as well.

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    Sushi Kazu at Arapaho and Peoria is one of my favorites.
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    namikos on arvada is good
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    Has any of the Springs folks tired this one Yoo Mae ? I think its way better than Juns and he has some of the best rolls ever including a couple with jalapenos and bacon!!!!

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    Mmm... YooMae...

    Quote Originally Posted by Jaydude View Post
    Has any of the Springs folks tired this one Yoo Mae ? I think its way better than Juns and he has some of the best rolls ever including a couple with jalapenos and bacon!!!!
    Getting hungry just thinking about that place Jay... We're gonna have to do lunch there again soon!
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    The notorious bacon/jalapeno roll "that's way too hot for me to stomach" lol
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    Found our new favorite in CA - Honda

    near long beach- signature roll is Cheeseburger roll- "better than in n out" let me tell you we were skeptical- cheeseburger roll?? at a sushi place-

    It was friggen delish! - but the real sushi was even better!!!

    Best sushi for the front range???-cheeseburger-roll.jpg


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    skared shitles - you are a well traveled man! of course i should have just consulted you before starting thread!!


    Great pics btw folks-
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    Quote Originally Posted by PBR me! View Post
    skared shitles - you are a well traveled man! of course i should have just consulted you before starting thread!!


    Great pics btw folks-
    Well traveled? Akebono was down in the World Trade Center... so all it required was a drive downtown.

    I agree that Fontana's is quite good. And as a bonus it's within biking distance of the casa. Win!

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    [QUOTE=SkaredShtles;10407156]Heh. Was Rex the chef down at Akebono? /QUOTE]

    yes

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkaredShtles View Post
    And as a bonus it's within biking distance of the casa. Win!
    oh you ride? name your favorite roll at fontana!?

    can you say summer maki? just for starters ......
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    Sushi Sasha Hands down!

    Near REI in denver

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