This Atlanta sushi restaurant beloved among locals plates spunky renditions of familiar dishes. Appetizers include a satay with deep-fried salmon, fish eggs, and crabstick, wrapped in seaweed and topped with eel sauce as well as Tuna Sausage, in which chunk tuna is enveloped in seaweed paper, deep-fried in panko, and crowned with sweet mayo. Raw fish-lovers, unite: Itto’s rolls are fresh and affordable. We recommend the spicy and smoky Itto Paradise or the Linsanity Roll. If you’re craving the flavor without the fish, indulge guiltlessly in the Veggie Dragon Roll, with asparagus, cucumber, bell pepper, carrot, celery, daikon sprout, and eel sauce.