Sushi is one of those foods that is best if eaten fresh and not a lot of people know how to make roll correctly. Here is a list of at least three locations that have become or simply assured that they are the best and the elite for sushi in Atlanta.
Last February, before departing for the left coast, Besha Rodell wrote about the void MF Sushi's closing created and posed the question: Where do you go for good sushi in Atlanta? A little more than a year later, I have an answer. While each of these restaurants has been around for many years and are all known for sourcing top-tier fish, two have transformed, while the others have solidified their elite status.
When Sushi Huku changed hands a couple of years ago, the restaurant's customer base was skeptical about the young new Korean chef, Jerome "Jey" Oh, whose parents run the front of the house. Would Huku hold its place among Atlanta's elite? Was this kid any good? If the overwhelming acclaim from local publications and bloggerati is any indication, Oh has breathed new life into the popular restaurant.