So Sushi has all the stereotypes you’d expect from a Valley sushi joint. In a strip mall, locals yelling on their cell phones about how much money they make, and rolls, rolls, rolls. The hand roll trio is particularly popular, and there are all the cut rolls you can imagine. So Sushi knows who they are and embraces it, right down to the techno music pumping out of the speakers.
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