Japanese restaurant Hakata Sushi on West Broadway offers a good
selection of Japanese and Vietnamese items. Pictured above is the Large Assorted
Chirashi Don ($11.95), which is Japanese bowl sushi: a colorful
arrangement of raw and cooked fish and vegetables, served on a bed of rice.
Service was prompt and friendly. Please remember to take the time to inform your
server if you have any special dietary needs, as they will be happy to accommodate
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