Step into two-week-old Manzoku and one will recognize it from sister establishment Chikuwa Tei. It's almost like déjà vu—even the layout's the same. Quality fares just as well—no surprise there.

The menu is extensive, but it's hard to say no to chirashi. Especially when it looks like this. Thick, fresh, luscious slabs of hamachi toro, tai, otoro, mekajiki, kanpachi, hotate, salmon roe and uni sashimi are carefully laid over a bed of sushi rice, each tasty grain cooked to retain just enough bite to prevent it from being mushy.

It's delicious, really, but at $68 (for a set), we reckon we'd probably be opting for the chirashi don ($25) on its own if we make it back.