I've been a proud patron of Murasaki for several years, and can honestly say that the staff go above and beyond in catering to their guests. Most sushi establishments simply advertise what rolls they have available that day, collecting your "sushi card," and subsequently leaving. Murasaki does no such thing. What many people don't understand is that there's a difference between a sushi joint and a Japanese restaurant. Although Murasaki may offer finely prepared sushi rolls, it's also a full-service restaurant. This means that they offer phenomenally crafted ethnic appetizers, paired with delicious imported wines that you don't see at other sushi places.
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