I had yet another pleasing experience at Nishino sushi on Madison. The quality of the fish is always impeccable with maguro that melts in your mouth. But I think what sets Nishino apart from my other Seattle sushi favorites is the experience. I love sitting at the sushi bar here because you often get introduced to house specials or things that are not printed on the menu. My husband ordered Ika sushi and the sushi chef recommended a baby squid special instead that was delicious. Our other favorites for the night were: Aji (spanish makeral), Ume Shiso and soft shell crab roll (wrapped in a delicate cucumber and flash fried). If you can stomach the bill $110-including a 15oz cold sake-and I wouldn't say we ordered exorbitantly, I think Nishino is not to be missed for sushi lovers.