The culinary team behind the popular O-Ku Atlanta has a developed new concept called Sukoshi , a long-term sushi pop-up concept, set to open at 1197 Peachtree Street N.E. at Colony Square in Midtown this fall.
Inspired by sister restaurant O-Ku, Sukoshi will be a counter-service spot featuring dishes from the original restaurant in a grab-and-go format.
According to a press release, look for "a variety of sushi rolls and small bites to-go including some popular mainstay menu items from O-Ku such as the Black Magic roll made with squid ink rice, lobster and masago aioli; rock shrimp with tomato confit, red chili and crusted peanut; and the Marilyn Mon roll with salmon, kani tempura, cucumber, avocado and thin sliced lemon."
Sukoshi will also offer a variety of traditional sake along with beers from local breweries.
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