Looking for an escape complete with a secret bar? From the team behind Sushi by Hidden, pop-up Norigami now has a clubby, music-throbbing home in a West University neighborhood strip center. Come for casual Japanese fare with made-to-order hand rolls, sashimi, and appetizers served at a large 24-seat oval bar. We started with the salmon crudo and “steak and eggs,” a riff on steak tartare crowned with a quail egg yolk and caviar. Hand rolls come individually built with warm nori paper and rice, and in named sets like the “Norigasm” with five rolls (we’ll have what she’s having). The toro hand roll with bluefin tuna, the blue crab with fried leeks (perhaps too many leeks), and the foie gras hand roll with sour cherries and balsamic were all great noshes. We sipped exotic cocktails in Hidden Bar, including the signature Paper Crane starring bourbon and fresh fruit juices served in a cool crane-shaped cocktail glass. Dozens of multi-colored paper cranes fly overhead in the neon-lit bar where you can opt to order one of six light bites in a private, more serene setting.