The fact that Jinbeh is always busy and patronized by traveling Japanese businessmen means a couple of things to us: The high volume indicates you'll get exceptionally fresh sushi, and its authenticity passes muster on some level. As for us, we just like the food, especially the tempura udon, rice noodles topped with tempura shrimp and vegetables; gyoza (steamed pork and vegetable dumplings served with a peppery vinegar sauce); and the teriyaki dishes (try the tender, charcoal-broiled filet mignon served with sautéed vegetables and rice). For those of you who like to eat with strangers and watch diced bits of food flung across a grill, there's also a hibachi room. Efficient, very friendly service; sushi bar and full bar.
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