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At former Starr sushi master Hiroyuki “Zama” Tanaka's first solo venture, the contemporary room, with its blond wood slats and luminous papier-mâché fish dangling from the ceiling sets a restrained stage for a menu that announces this isn’t your granny’s sushi joint. Some of the food delivers on that promise — an impressive miso soup and a stellar California roll — but in general, sushi is the way to go here. Hot dishes seem like afterthoughts and staff-to-service communication could use some fine-tuning before this Rittenhouse spot becomes worthy of a special trip.
Read the full Zama review from the magazine.