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Okra 1949

American-run sushi, sake and cocktail joint

The name comes from the much-loved vegetable in the Louisiana home state of chef Max Levy, but the small, primarily fish-based bill of fare reflects Levy’s Japanese training. With dishes such as fish-head teriyaki, salted pork belly, sweet shrimp sushi and dry-aged wagyu beef rib serenading diners in this faintly Tokyo-styled bolthole in Sanlitun’s 1949 - The Hidden City complex, it provides as near an authentic experience of the popular Japanese cuisine as one could want.


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