In another thread, marlboroman wrote, “Can’t find an online presence, but there are some Yelp reviews (which I find suspect… sorry). The place is called “Yuzu Kitchen”. Menu was in the front window. A few poke bowls, create your own sushi burritos (think oversized maki), Japanese nachos, and ramen soup. No actual sushi or sashimi per se, though they do serve raw fish, etc. Seems to be a Japanese fast food concept of sorts.”
We tried this a few days ago. One problem I had with the menu was that some of the toppings and fillings for the poke bowls were given only in (transliterated) Japanese (hijinki, oshinko, tobiko, furikake), and my Japanese is not quite that good.
I got the “Build Your Own” poke bowl with spicy tuna, cucumber, seaweed salad, hijinki, oshinko, fried ginger, sesame seeds, and wasabi soy over brown rice ($8.95), and Mark got the “Signature Salmon Poke” ($11.95). It’s not clear that his was that 33% better than mine. At any rate, I thought mine was a good deal, and a interesting variation on Japanese sushi, while Mark thought his was reasonably good but over-priced.