There's nothing wrong with the decor at DKY Sushi--in fact, it's the same creamy orange walls with wood wainscoting left over from when the west-side space was Lu Lu's, Leonardo's, and the Sahara Cafe and Grill. The little spot on Zeeb Road across from Meijer has been a revolving door--DKY is the fourth restaurant to open there in three years. But owners Kit Yu and her husband Duo "Ron" Chen hope to outlast them all. Although they're Chinese, they serve up classic sushi fare. They may eventually add Chinese dishes; for now, though, they're focusing on sushi, sashimi, tempura, and teriyaki.
Like other sushi restaurants, DKY (the name is a combination of the owners' initials) has wild names for some of its sushi rolls. The Philadelphia roll features fish (usually smoked salmon) and cream cheese. The caterpillar roll features salmon, asparagus, and shrimp (not--thankfully--woolly bears). The "fantastic roll" contains fresh salmon, eel, and mango.
DKY Sushi, 283 S. Zeeb (Scio Town Center). 997-9197. Daily 11 a.m.-10 p.m.