Order the Japanese Version of a Combo Meal at Mr. Maki


If you went out to dinner in Japan, you’d probably see teishoku meals on the menu. The term “teishoku” refers to a homestyle meal composed of a few different dishes, all served at the same time — similar to a bento box, but without the box. At the newly opened Mr. Maki, you can always taste-test a few different bites with your very own teishoku “set.”

Simply pick a main dish and a side, and they’ll automatically come with roasted edamame, miso soup, and a house salad. Entree options include sushi, sashimi, and stir-fry, while side dishes range from tuna-avocado poke to Japanese potato salad. You can also order the Japanese bites a la carte, like a soft shell crab sushi roll with avocado and masago aioli with a tempura shrimp roll featuring black sesame and gochujang.


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