If it's counterintuitive to order steak at a sushi restaurant, Sushi Fix doesn't care. When you've got real Japanese Wagyu beef, you serve it; when you see it on the menu, you order it. Here it's served two ways. The first preparation celebrates the simplicity of the laced-with-fat beef, sliced thin and flash-seared. A steak knife is optional — the meat's that tender. In its second iteration, the Wagyu is seared in bite-size pieces and served over peasant rice. Both highlight the versatility of Wagyu at its finest. This is not your normal steak joint with cavemen-sized slabs; the meat comes small and succulent. Kick it off with sake, and then find your way to beef bliss.