Hutong's offerings are simple, focused and creative

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Posted: Friday, May 10, 2013 12:00 am

Two things made me want to review Hutong Sushi and Grill.

The first was the name. When I was in China a year ago, I walked through many hutongs, narrow alleys that run all over Beijing. Many have been destroyed during the city's construction boom, but at least a few have been restored and turned into hip, thriving districts where lots of young people meander into shops and restaurants.

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