Weight Watchers POINTS and PointsPlus values for the following Matsu Japanese Restaurant items were calculated using the nutrition information from HealthyDiningFinder.com. This list was accurate as of 10/2012 and contains all of the items that nutrition information is provided for.

From HealthyDiningFinder.com: Decorated in Asian style, Matsu Sushi gives off an upscale and elegant appeal. The dining room, kitchen and restroom are all well maintained. Matsu Sushi offers a wide variety of options, from appetizers, soup, salad, noodle, teriyaki, tempura, hibachi fried rice to varied kinds of rolls. The menu is frequently updated, with several new innovations created each week, giving customers even more delectable options to experience

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Naruto (Serves 2 – analysis for 1 serving) 3 4
Cal=130, Fat=9, Carbs=12, Fib=5, Prot=4
Chicken Teriyaki (Serves 2 – analysis for 1 serving) 8 8
Cal=340, Fat=15, Carbs=23, Fib=1, Prot=24
Chicken Yaki Udon (Serves 2 – analysis for 1 serving) 12 15
Cal=580, Fat=15, Carbs=81, Fib=7, Prot=29
Tuna Avocado Salad 9 10
Cal=360, Fat=27, Carbs=26, Fib=17, Prot=14
White Rice (1/2 cup) 2 3
Cal=120, Fat=0, Carbs=27, Fib=0, Prot=2

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