It's not hard to find good sushi in Boston, this oceanfront seafood mecca, this polestar for fishermen and pescatarians alike. But after dinner, I often find that I spent more than I intended on those perfect little strips of protein, and I still come away hungry. It's a perpetual balancing act between fresh, good quality sushi and great value.
Super Fusion Cuisine has that balancing act figured out. I've driven past this closet-sized restaurant underneath its gaudy red awning dozens of times, wondering with every pass what the appeal could be. Is it bigger inside than it looks? What could set this place apart from the many sushi places in Brookine? And what exactly is “super fusion” sushi, anyway?