Find fresh fish, good service at Sushi Bon


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Sushi Bon serves specialty sushi rolls, tempura, soups and salads, along with sake, Asian beer and wine. Lunch specials cost $12 to $17. Dinner items top out at $32 for the 20-piece nigiri dish. Appetizers include fried oysters and grilled squid.

ATMOSPHERE

Sushi Bon is at the eastern end of Ocean Avenue’s restaurant row, near the boat ramp. There’s a sushi bar and aquariums inside, and a number of tables on the sidewalk outside. Parking was a little hard to find during our weekend visit.

OUR FAVORITE FOOD/PRICE

The tuna dragon roll ($20) — a tuna roll topped with slices of raw tuna, avocado and fish eggs — was a bit expensive but excellent. We also liked the California roll ($6) and the sweet potato tempura ($6).

REASON TO GO

Fresh fish and a fun location.

SERVICE

Friendly. Our server visited often, and our meal moved quickly.

NOISE LEVEL

Moderate. We sat outside during our Saturday night visit. Aside from the traffic passing on Ocean Avenue, the restaurant was quiet.

KID FRIENDLY

Sort of. For children who aren’t keen on raw fish, the menu offers tempura and California rolls.

SUSHI BON

304 E. Ocean Ave., Lantana, 561-540-8125

Hours: M-F, 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m. and 4:30-9:30 p.m.; Sat., 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m. and 4:30-11 pm. Closed Sunday.

Note: Post writers will anonymously visit a restaurant in your neighborhood each week in search of the best menu item. They’ll tell you about that item and why they liked it in this spot each week.



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