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Let's Eat! - Posted June 24, 2016 11:52 a.m.
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Sushi House

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We’ve all been there. You walk through the doors of the latest trendy restaurant, take a seat, and it hits you; something is off – sticky tabletops, dust bunnies, a not-right smell. It can take a while for new restaurant owners to iron out the kinks of running a busy storefront. You’ll quickly see that’s not the case at family-owned Sushi House, which is nestled on the south side of Wolflin Square. Even when the restaurant is in full swing, you’ll find order and calm in this cozy eatery.

Quality is the first priority at Sushi House. You can expect good food, fresh ingredients, and friendly service when you dine in or carry out. Start with zesty lettuce wraps, and move on to the popular crunchy roll or Spicy Cowboy (all pictured), paired with Saki, a glass of wine or an imported beer. If sushi isn’t for you, savor authentic Thai dishes, Teppanyaki, or fried rice.

Later this year, the owners plan to add new rolls to the lineup, expand the entrée offerings to feature more seafood, develop the bar area, and add a Happy Hour in the afternoon.

Sushi House
2630 Wolflin Ave., 803.9470

Open Monday through Thursday, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. and 5-9 p.m.; Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. and 5-10 p.m.

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by Michele McAffrey

Born and raised in Amarillo, Michele has been with AGN Media for nine years. After spending years in freelance sales and as a makeup artist, she enjoys channeling her creative energy into Amarillo Magazine and a variety of other projects published by AGN Media.
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