In the ever-changing restaurant scene on Belmont Shore’s 2nd Street, the Japanese restaurant, Apengo, has recently been replaced by a new sushi bar, Sushi on Fire. Apengo had a really good fried oyster appetizer, so I was a little sad to see that it was gone. Chris and I decided to give Sushi on Fire a try and we were really glad we did. The old busy decor of the former restaurant has been transformed into an open minimalist space. The huge menu, as expected, is comprised mostly of nigiri sushi, sashimi, and sushi rolls.