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Azuma Sushi & TeppanSure, from the outside Azuma still looks like a Black-eyed Pea, but inside every trace of country kitsch has been erased and replaced by a serene Japanese theme. Half of Azuma is devoted to teppan tables where patrons can sit and watch as a cook prepares their dinners with a few flashy tricks. On the other side of the restaurant, booths are separated by pretty panes of frosted glass and a line of stools hug the sushi bar. In addition to sushi, Azuma's menu offers many cooked items including noodles and a variety of grilled meats and vegetables that will ensure the place's appeal to nearby families and folks who are new to Japanese food. (Alibi Staff, August 11, 2010)
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