The local outpost of a Memphis-based chain, Sekisui is the most cosmopolitan of South Grand's ethnic restaurants. Chef Kenji Nemoto's selection of nigiri sushi and sashimi is broad - though dependent on what's available each day - with popular favorites like tuna, salmon and unagi as well as sea urchin, the higher grades of tuna and other exotic fare. Traditional rolls are very good, while Americanzed rolls will appeal to relative newcomers to sushi. Not in the mood for raw fish? The menu offers an extensive selection of dishes featuring cooked seafood, vegetables and tofu, not to mention excellent soups.

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The local outpost of a Memphis-based chain, Sekisui is the most cosmopolitan of South Grand's ethnic restaurants. Chef Kenji Nemoto's selection of nigiri sushi and sashimi is broad - though dependent on what's available each day - with popular favorites like tuna, salmon and unagi as well as sea urchin, the higher grades of tuna and other exotic fare. Traditional rolls are very good, while Americanzed rolls will appeal to relative newcomers to sushi. Not in the mood for raw fish? The menu offers an extensive selection of dishes featuring cooked seafood, vegetables and tofu, not to mention excellent soups.

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Price: $$$
Payment Type: All Major Credit Cards, cash, ATM/Debit

Parking: Free, Meters, Street


Reservations: Accepted, Recommended


Attire: Casual


Extra Info: Handicapped Accessibility – Fair

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