« Back to article: Sushi Raku's new Nobu-trained chef shows off his menu changes

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New chef Adison Lee brings a flare for the creative to Sushi Raku's updated menu. Photo by Fayza A. Elmostehi
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The Sushi Raku team brought the flavors of the Far East to CultureMap for a six-course feast. Photo by Fayza A. Elmostehi
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The mixed seafood soup boasted an unexpected kick of key lime. Photo by Fayza A. Elmostehi
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Lee horned his skills in the kitchen by training under the legendary Nobu. Photo by Sarah Rufca
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Sushi Raku caters to those who want the freshest fish flown in from Tokyo. Photo by Sarah Rufca
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Every good Japanese meal requires a taste of sake. Photo by Fayza A. Elmostehi
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The seafood soup was a particular winner with the CultureMap diners. Photo by Sarah Rufca
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Photo by Fayza A. Elmostehi
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Photo by Sarah Rufca
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Photo by Sarah Rufca
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The dessert was an Asian creme brulee. Photo by Sarah Rufca