PLEASING THE PALATE: “Sushi is our specialty, but we also offer other traditional choices, including steak, lamb, chicken, and pasta dishes,” says Tony Yu, chef/owner of the new Elite Five Sushi & Grill. Pictured is an assortment of his special creations. Clockwise from upper right: Pickled Spanish Mackerel, Grilled Chilean Sea Bass, Fire and Ice Sushi Roll, and a Mango Medley dessert.
By Jean Stratton
Just opened October 16, Elite Five Sushi & Grill has already attracted a gathering of customers intrigued by its variety of sushi, sashimi, and rolls; its grilled steaks, lamb, and chicken dishes; and also by its unusual name.
“It is named for the five senses,” reports chef/owner Tony Yu. “First, food is visual. You look at it, and then, there is the aroma, the taste, the texture — and you even listen to it! All of these elements must be appealing to the diner.”
Located at 277 Witherspoon Street, the restaurant is open for lunch, dinner, and takeout. It will also available for private parties.
Its contemporary decor offers classic lines within a comfortable, uncrowded setting. Its attractive decor is enhanced by its natural look, with inviting Asian nuances. more