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New Sushi Joint to Open in Downtown Ocotillo

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Chandlerites will soon be able to get a new sushi-on thanks to an upcoming restaurant in Ocotillo located off Queen Creek Road and Price.

The Sushi Room, from the owners of Humble Pie pizzeria and The Living Room Wine Cafe & Lounge (a play off the new name and The Sushi Room's next door neighbor), is a new, 2400 square foot eatery with a crescent-shaped sushi bar in the center and garage doors leading to patio seating.

Promising to be, "cool, comfortable, yet unpretentious," Sushi Room's chef Joseph Chun, who has worked with RA Sushi, Sapporo, Stingray and Roka Akor, will be heading up the kitchen with menu items including truffle hamachi, yellowtail sashimi with white truffle oil and cilantro; miso black cod; and a "Spicy Chandler" roll with snow and spicy crab, topped with yellowtail, jalapeños, and yuzu ponzu sauce.

For an exclusive peek at the menu and to find out when you can visit, follow the jump.

The Sushi Room is sheduled to open Monday, October 10, at 2475 West Queen Creek Road in Chandler.

In addition to the fare, The Sushi Room will feature sakes, signature spirits, beer, and $5 wines by the glass until 6 pm. with a happy hour seven days a week.

Here's an exclusive look at the menu (subject to change):

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