Hutong's offerings are simple, focused and creative
From left, eel, salmon, sea bass and tuna at Hutong Sushi and Grill in La Vista. The restaurant's sushi is divided into nigiri and sashimi, classic rolls and Hutong Signature rolls.
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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