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For Craft Izakaya’s Jey Oh, every chef’s-choice sushi tasting he crafts is an emotional undertaking. The skilled Korean sushi chef is so exacting with the creation of each course, and his descriptions so entrancing, you can almost feel the intricacy as much as you can taste it. Recent strokes of brilliance include a rose made with paper-thin slices of flounder and dotted with pickled wasabi stems or a bowl of crispy rice, yam, uni, and salmon roe mixed with nori and red chili oil. It’s artistry and mastery with fish as a medium; pricey, but worth every penny. $75 and up.