Downtown Clevelanders are kung-foo fighting for fast-food sushi.. The Scene Sushi-making is an art not easily duplicated for fast-food purposes, but this quick-fix for sudden cravings hits the spot. Sushi 86 has an uncomplicated menu: sticking with basics brings folks stuck in office auto-pilot in contact with Japanese delights.
The Menu If you don't have time to sit at the small bar and watch your lunch being prepared, combination plates are usually ready to go. They may include six-piece orders of crab, avocado, spicy tuna, salmon or eel-and-cucumber rolls ($3.95). House favorites include nigiri, sweet shrimp, yellowtail and salmon roe sushi ($1.95), but the marinated mackerel on its square of rice requires a rather daring diner to swallow it. The restaurant provides descriptions and pictures of each dish so you know exactly what you're ordering, even if you can't pronounce it.