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BYO Chinese and sushi spot with an entire entryway dedicated to takeout.

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We went to the wrong door at Nan's Chinese Restaurant & Sushi Bar: the first entrance we saw, with a neon sign and brightly colored tiles, is for takeout only. When we found the right one we were relieved to enter a warm, brass-paneled dining room. Images of sumo wrestlers and geisha girls hang from the high ceilings. From the extensive menu featuring both Chinese and Japanese dishes, I stuck with Chinese comfort food-it was that kind of night. Vegetable egg rolls stuffed with cabbage and broccoli were too filling to finish. Nan's describes its version of the General as hot, but my gravy was more sweet than spicy. The breading was so heavy more than one of my bites was all batter. Still, the chicken was tender, the broccoli and peppers crisp, the portions large. The house deluxe sushi special comes with a cup of soothing miso soup and eight generously cut pieces of sushi and maki. "Mmm, salmon," my husband sighed. Daily specials also included turtle, volcano, and "torched inferno" rolls. A Sapporo beer sign explained the types of sushi, but Nan's is BYOB.

Tamara Beeler Davis

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