When you really want the Sushi Gen sashimi special, but you’re nowhere near downtown and you don’t have an infinite amount of time to stand in line, there’s Sushi by H. It’s a little more expensive ($16.95), and the quality isn’t quite as good, but it’s a very solid alternative. The room is generally busy, with locals ordering simple rolls and the lava stone - crispy rice with spicy tuna topped with caviar.
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