You may want to shout, \"liar, liar, pants on fire\" when you see that much of the fish served at Fish on Fire has never seen a lick of flame. But don¹t. Whatever the name of this sleek, new Japanese restaurant, you should stay on close terms with the staff as they dole out clear, fresh, tender bigeye tuna or rich, buttery salmon, each beached on a mound of perfect rice, or the crisp wakame seaweed salad with subtle sesame flavor. The tempura is the crunchiest you¹ll find, if a little oily. The tender, juicy teriyaki chicken bears the satisfying flavor of the grill. Even the dressing on the iceberg lettuce salad, with its notes of honey, onion, carrot, and miso, delights. Lunch Mon.Fri., dinner Mon.Sat.