Genki is Japanese for energy and vigor. It is those qualities that the restaurant's conveyor-belt sushi presentation puts to the test. It's easy to stare wide-eyed at the yellow, blue and red-rimmed plates and want nothing more than to attempt to clear the belt. Pace yourself. There are more than enough volcano rolls to go around at this strip-mall joint. Diners uninterested in the endurance race of the sushi bar can sit at one of the tables with mismatched chairs, where any number of standard stateside Japanese entrées is enjoyed. Go for the signature, though. The Genki-style steak arrives atop a bed of grilled onions on a metal sizzle plate resting in a basket platter.
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In Japanese, it is written, genki means energy, vigor or spirit. To this the Genki Sushi & Steak menu adds: "It is our hope and commitment to restore your full energy with our dishes." Genki strives to live up to such boldness. Line...