Of the four sushi places within a mile from home, this place has the best rolls and the large rolls are pretty inexpensive. Try the Vegas roll.. I stumbled upon this little place when I saw it from the GI Joe's parking lot (across the street by Fuddrucker's) It's kinda hole in the wall and a little hard to see from the street, but this place has some great sushi. The sashimi is good, not expensive but not shockingly inexpensive, and their rolls are delicious. For $5.95 you can get a roll with crab salad, two fried shrimp crossing each other in the roll (a tail sticks out each end and the shrimp are huge), cucumber, and avocado I think. Another good one for like $6-7 are the volcano rolls, but only order if you like spicy, cause they are. Two versions are the Volcano roll, (cali roll topped with spicy salmon), and the one I like, Kim's Volcano roll (Tempura shrimp roll topped with spicy salmon.) Pretty much everything on the menu looks good, and they also have a good looking menu of hot food, all the standard stuff you see at a teriyaki place plus a few specialties. I'm so hooked on the sushi I haven't tried much of the hot food other than the gyoza and egg rolls, but it looks great on the occasional times someone doesn't order the sushi.
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