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MARLIN WILLIFORD/ Contributing Photographer

MARLIN WILLIFORD/ Contributing Photographer

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5130 Freret St. New Orleans, La. 70115 • 504-899-6532

Upon entering Origami, you might feel like you’re walking into someone’s house, not a sushi restaurant.

Located on Freret Street near Village Coffee, Origami is an upscale dining experience, masked by its residential feel. With an elegant dining room, skilled sushi chefs and scrumptious desserts, Origami is a Loyola favorite. The sushi list can be overwhelming, but from the burning man roll to rainbow roll, you can’t go wrong.

Not a sushi lover? No problem. On the “turf” side of Origami’s offerings, the menu includes chicken and beef teriyaki, vegetable tempura, and even a tofu steak dinner. So, don’t judge this book by its cover. Origami is a delicious surprise with a friendly wait staff to boot.

RUNNERS-UP:

  • Hana
  • 8116 Hampson St.
  • New Orleans, La. 70118
  • 504-865-1634
  • Little Tokyo
  • 310 N. Carrollton Ave. New Orleans, La.
  • 504-485-5658
  • 1340 S. Carrollton Ave. New Orleans, La.
  • 504-861-6088

     

(MARLIN WILLIFORD/ Contributing Photographer)

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