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Among Wasuapona Musu chef Roy Kurniawan's fine cooked (Credit: Johnny Simon)

Among Wasuapona Musu chef Roy Kurniawan's fine cooked offerings is the miso-marinated black cod, accented with ginger. (Nov. 10, 2012)

Wansuapona Musu

Anyone with an appetite for sushi will rejoice at Wansuapona Musu in Sea Cliff, a fanciful and very satisfying nouveau Japanese spot.

Wansuapona Musu in Sea Cliff. (Nov. 10, 2012)
(Credit: Johnny Simon)

Wansuapona Musu in Sea Cliff. (Nov. 10, 2012)

Wansuapona Musu in Sea Cliff occupies a small
(Credit: Johnny Simon)

Wansuapona Musu in Sea Cliff occupies a small cozy restaurant space with plenty of windows. (Nov. 10, 2012)

Wansuapona Musu looks as if it has been
(Credit: Johnny Simon)

Wansuapona Musu looks as if it has been imported to the suburbs from an imaginary SoHo, equal parts cozy and exotic. (Nov. 10, 2012)

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Chef Roy Kurniawan -- formerly of the departed
(Credit: Johnny Simon)

Chef Roy Kurniawan -- formerly of the departed Sea Cliff Sushi Co. -- assembles a sushi and sashimi platter at Wasuapona Musu's sushi bar. (Nov. 10, 2012)

Wansuapona Musu's stylishly distressed look suggests a buying
(Credit: Johnny Simon)

Wansuapona Musu's stylishly distressed look suggests a buying spree at Urban Archaeology; the sushi bar, an expatriate arriving from another downtown. (Nov. 10, 2012)

Wansuapona Musu offers a sizable a la carte
(Credit: Johnny Simon)

Wansuapona Musu offers a sizable a la carte sushi and sashimi selection, including yellowtail and hamachi sashimi with yuzu dressing. (Nov. 10, 2012)

Among Wasuapona Musu chef Roy Kurniawan's fine cooked
(Credit: Johnny Simon)

Among Wasuapona Musu chef Roy Kurniawan's fine cooked offerings is the miso-marinated black cod, accented with ginger. (Nov. 10, 2012)

An artful platter of sushi and sashimi served
(Credit: Johnny Simon)

An artful platter of sushi and sashimi served at Wansuapona Musu. (Nov. 10, 2012)

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An artful platter of sushi and sashimi served
(Credit: Johnny Simon)

An artful platter of sushi and sashimi served at Wansuapona Musu.

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