This is the first Houston outpost of a very successful chain based in Los Angeles. There are 57 different rolls here, including something you won't find at any other sushi restaurant in the city, baked rolls. Try the baked salmon roll or the snow cone roll, which consists of baked albacore lobster. In addition, you will also find bento boxes and lots of tempura dishes. The place is bright and spotless. Sitting at the sushi counter and placing yourself in the hands of the experienced chefs is a must-do.
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Steve Hong recently opened Sushi Nikko (1140 Eldridge Pkwy., 281-493-3330) — with a little help from his friends. "A very good friend of my uncle's owns 20 locations of Sushi Nikko in California," says Hong. "He helped me open...