The sushi at Inaho is almost New York City quality and it can be found in a plain Cape house in the midst of touristy restaurants with fried everything. It is often crowded in the summer and that is when patrons are more likely to be slighted -- shoulder season might have better service. But, when you go, be prepared to dine and savor the variety of dishes.
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