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Beth D’Addono | Jan 16, 2019 | Inside Jersey

Sushi snobs don’t know everything.
My brother is one, channeling his (half) Japanese heritage to insist on sushi presented the way it was served to Oda Nobunaga, the samurai credited with unifying Japan in the 16th century. Jeff never says this in so many words, but I can read between the lines. If Japanese isn’t the chef’s native tongue, then sayonara, sucker.

Christina Carrell | July 5, 2016 | Jersey Bites

Upon entering Marlton’s new Japanese restaurant OSushi, you might think you’ve stepped into a relaxing spa—if you haven’t already heard the buzz about the food. OSushi’s tranquil ambiance owes a lot to its decor, which emphasizes earthen shades of brown, black, and green. Situated in a glass box over a grey stone wall, a crackling faux fire soothes diners. During my first trip there, smooth jazz music added another layer of serenity to the restaurant’s peaceful atmosphere.

DANYA HENNINGER | April 29, 2016 | Courier Post

OSushi is one of the most overused names among Japanese restaurants. Google it and you can turn up dozens of disparate operations around the globe. But at the one here, tucked behind Champps sports bar in the Marlton Crossing Shopping Center, the sushi is anything but commonplace.

TAMMY PAOLINO | March 14, 2016 | Courier Post

Sushi lovers, rejoice.
One of South Jersey’s most beloved Asian restaurants, Oriental Palace in Lawnside (formerly Oriental Inn) has a baby brother.