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“Sushi was ok but soup was not that great”
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How Do You Roll
Cuisines: Japanese
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Reviewed June 15, 2014 via mobile

We ordered couple of the the Cali roll and spicy tuna and it was good. We also ordered the ramen since they didn't have udon available. It was ok. Kind of bland even will all the items that came with it and the soup was not hot, not enough broth for the soup. The lady said she didn't have enough broth for all 5 ramen that I was buying. Restaurants was clean.

Thank Lori L
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Reviewed April 29, 2014 via mobile

The nori was very tough, rice was pretty dry. It's neat to be able to customize your roll, but the low quality makes it not worth it.

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Thank SM4312
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Reviewed April 13, 2014

I was just introduced to this quick sushi concept. The food was very quick and very good. This is not the sushi you will find in an expensive sushi restaurant but it is good, healthy and fresh. I will be back to this place as often as possible.

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Thank Mikala B
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Reviewed March 9, 2014

We were passing through town and stumbled upon this place. It is owned by the same company as Subway. You can create your own sushi or pick one from the board. Very good food. We ordered 4 rolls for 2 people which was way too much food. Be sure to put mango in your roll. You will be glad you did!

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Thank SHANNON H
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Reviewed May 12, 2013

If you're looking for gourmet sushi, this is not your place. If you're looking for good tasting sushi made in front of you quickly at a average price, it is. I eat here fairly often and it's great if you're on the run. They have a seaweed or a tofu-wrap. They have white or brown rice. You pick three vegetables or fruit to go inside your wrap, and they have a bunch of options. Then you pick a meat, which includes regulars like tuna or eel and also some specialties like crawfish or ceviche. They have a number of toppings too. My favorites are the chili powder and wasabi-mayo. They have miso soup for a dollar, and edamame for $1.50, along with seaweed or crab salad. They offer iced tea, soft drinks, beer and wine. A roll and a drink will run around $8.00, which is average, and it's filling. If you're passing through College Station on Highway 6 and have a hankering for sushi this is a great option since it's only about half a mile off the highway on Harvey, and it's quick.

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