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Inside Takaya New Asian 

This week's RFT features a review Takaya New Asian (634 Washington Avenue). Read Ian Froeb's review, "Takaya or Leave Ya."

Photos by Jennifer Silverberg for Riverfront Times.
Jennifer Silverberg
"James Laurinaitis" maki is a combination of tuna, cucumber, avocado and soy paper, topped with seared salmon, spicy crab, eel sauce, spicy mayo and tobiko.
Jennifer Silverberg
"James Laurinaitis" maki is a combination of tuna, cucumber, avocado and soy paper, topped with seared salmon, spicy crab, eel sauce, spicy mayo and tobiko.
Jennifer Silverberg
Bulgogi sliders are served on brioche buns with greens and a spicy mayo.
Jennifer Silverberg
The entrance to the host stand at Takaya New Asian.
Jennifer Silverberg
White fish carpaccio is dressed with olive oil, yuzu dressing, five-spice seasoning and garlic chips.
Jennifer Silverberg
Takaya's bar.
Jennifer Silverberg
White fish carpaccio is dressed with olive oil, yuzu dressing, five-spice seasoning and garlic chips.
Jennifer Silverberg
"David (Adopt-a-Pet) Backes" roll is salmon, avocado, tuna, tempura crunch, eel sauce, siracha, Japanese mayo, and tobiko.
Jennifer Silverberg
The lounge area nearby the bar.
Jennifer Silverberg
Decoration by the front door at Takaya.
Jennifer Silverberg
Tuna tartar is topped with sea salt, cracked black pepper, olive oil, chile oil and an avocado spread.
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Sake.
Jennifer Silverberg
Decor detail, Takaya New Asian.
Jennifer Silverberg
The dining room at Takaya.
Jennifer Silverberg
The dining room at Takaya.
Jennifer Silverberg
Decor detail, Takaya New Asian.
Jennifer Silverberg
The dining room at Takaya.
Jennifer Silverberg
The dining room at Takaya.
Jennifer Silverberg
The dining room at Takaya.
Jennifer Silverberg
Takaya on Washington is located near the convention center in the new MX building.
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Jennifer Silverberg
"James Laurinaitis" maki is a combination of tuna, cucumber, avocado and soy paper, topped with seared salmon, spicy crab, eel sauce, spicy mayo and tobiko.
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