This is an old warhorse, but unlike many warhorses it has never gotten tired. Never. There are newer flashier places, but nobody does simple, classic sushi as they would in Japan like Sushi Ran. By all means get the basic sushi and sashimi but don't ignore their composed dishes and their specials. This is a place worth crossing the bridge for.
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