I moved down in 97 and for 2yrs tried to find a good sushi bar. Once I found Charlies Place, Kaiko's, I have not been any where else when I'm home. The fish is ALWAYS FRESH & when you walk in your greeted with a big hello from Charlie. He remembers everyones name, & you get treated like you r the only one in the plance even whenthere r 30-40 others there. If you go there often you get your own pair of real chop sticks they r keep in a small cubby hole till the next time you come in.
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