Sushi restaurants in Buenos Aires
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The Microcentro's best sushi joint is a hip space with white leather booths featuring individual TV sets. While this is not surprising, coming from notable restaurateur Silvia Morizono, what is surprising is the 'kitchen' menu of local favorites (Argentinean and Italian), clearly there to please the lunchtime crowd. The sushi itself is quality stuff: order one of the combination sushi and sashimi platters and a bottle of crisp white wine from the short wine list.
Like the tasteful loft apartments that line the block, this posh 1st-floor Japanese restaurant is outfitted in white minimalist decor. The discerning (and calorie-counting) Cañitas set comes here for fresh takes on tempura and noodles.