Sushi House rocks. Just down the street from my apartment lies this little gem of Japanese cuisine. Crisp, tightly wrapped rolls and bountiful portions of noodle bowls abound. For about $10, you can get a six piece sumo roll (lightly seared, marinated beef), a five piece lava roll (sweet potato tempura strings, jutting out from the two massive end pieces), a side of rice, and green tea; I can think of few better dinners in that price range. Or get the udon soup; you'll be crammed with noodles and broth and whatever topping you've ordered. At lunch, the bento boxes are hard to beat deals, including miso soup, ginger-dressing salad, California roll, and entree. Love it.