| October 21, 2011 | 12:00pm
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From the folks who brought the Valley The Living Room, the contemporary wine cafe and lounge, comes another room of sorts. This time, with a distinctive fishy flair.
Located in downtown Ocotillo and in the same shopping complex as The Living Room, The Sushi Room, opening at 4 p.m. today, promises to be "cool, comfortable, yet unpretentious" and features chef Joseph Chun, who's worked at RA Sushi, Sapporo, Stingray, Roka Akor, and Celsius, whipping up an array of signature rolls and entrees in addition to non-sushi items.
Along with a crescent-shaped sushi bar, an outdoor patio, and an 11-foot metallic cherry blossom tree, The Sushi Room in Chandler will also feature sake, Asian beers, and "The Dash," a motor coach offering complimentary rides home for customers.
For a peek at the dinner menu, follow the jump.
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