It’s rather awkward setting, on a road off the main road that no-one really knows about in Claremont (it’s where the BMW dealer is) you’ll find this sushi and Japanese specialist. Don’t go for the ambience (though there is worse, it’s a cavernous place that needs many more people than are usually in here) or the wine list, but for the dim sum at lunch (which is excellent) and the high-quality sushi (a contender for the best in CT). Don’t bother with the other meals, though the tempura is good, and there are great “lunch box” specials. If you like the newer fusion style sushi, chef Eddie is your man.
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Sake House, Claremont
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