Like Settlers of Catan and Gregorian chants, fish markets and sushi spots feel like they were made to be enjoyed together. Fjord Fish Market in Park Slope is a combination fish market/sushi spot with a small sushi case that’ll probably remind you of a grocery store’s setup, but the rolls and nigiri are much better. Especially anything involving salmon, which has that perfect, super buttery consistency. Fjord is a great lunch option, as almost everything is under $15, and even works for a late breakfast - the market opens at 10am and that’s when you can get something to-order from their sushi guy.
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