A small, unassuming restaurant in the middle of a west-county strip mall, Ki certainly isn't the flashiest sushi joint in St. Louis. But if you're in the mood for sushi without all the fuss of a traditional restaurant or the hubbub of a trendy sushi bar, Ki's an excellent choice. The nigiri sushi is fresh and satisfying, and the chef's specialty rolls value substance as much as style: The strangely named "Zeus Mediterranean Roll," with the verdant, basil-like bite of shiso, is especially good.

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A small, unassuming restaurant in the middle of a west-county strip mall, Ki certainly isn't the flashiest sushi joint in St. Louis. But if you're in the mood for sushi without all the fuss of a traditional restaurant or the hubbub of a trendy sushi bar, Ki's an excellent choice. The nigiri sushi is fresh and satisfying, and the chef's specialty rolls value substance as much as style: The strangely named "Zeus Mediterranean Roll," with the verdant, basil-like bite of shiso, is especially good.

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Price: $$,$$$
Payment Type: MasterCard, Visa, American Express, cash, ATM/Debit

Parking: Free, Lot Available


Reservations: Accepted


Attire: Casual


Extra Info: Handicapped Accessiblity - Fair

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