Moshi Moshi is a very underwhelming MiMo sushi spot that’s open late. It’s not too bad inside - the sort of cozy, dim space where we could see ourselves enjoying sushi - but the food is consistently below average. You can probably get better sushi from the nearest Publix, but the reason you may end up here is that it’ll still be open at 3am when someone in your group is on the verge of throwing an absolute fit if they don’t get some sushi soon.
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