When Genki Sushi first debuted down the block from the wildly popular Sushi Land, its stylish dining room was often empty. But then they slashed prices to compete with their neighbor and the place has been packed ever since. The extensive menu goes beyond traditional nigiri and sushi rolls stuffed with everything from spicy tuna to hot dogs. Yes, there is a hot dog roll. Daily specials are listed on a chalkboard near the kitchen. The kitchen does a fine job frying croquettes and fish. It even offers a fried pupu platter, a nod to its deep roots in the Hawaiian Islands. (There are more than 180 locations worldwide, but a huge cluster in the 50th state. The Queen Anne location is the first on the mainland. There's also one on Capitol Hill and in Renton). Sushi enthusiasts will find the usual suspects on the conveyor belt. One way Genki stand out is its selection of unusual desserts. Green tea tiramisu, eclairs and fresh fruit? They've got 'em.
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