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Default Favorite St. Louis, Missouri (USA) Sushiya


It has been rather quiet around here for some time. So its time to spice
it up with a bit of sushi talk....

I'm going to put in my vote for the "Best Value in Sushi" in the St.
Louis Metro Area as Crazy Sushi in St. Peters, Missouri. Been there many
times and their portions are excellent, taste is very good, and so is
the presentation.

I'd love to hear your recommendations for sushi in the St. Louis area.

-- Rik

PS: Would be great if others would start similar threads for their home
towns or places that they've visited.


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Default Favorite St. Louis, Missouri (USA) Sushiya


I remember the days when we only had one sushiya in St. Louis: The
Mikado. It was actually a very nice restaurant. Now there are over 40
Japanese restaurants (yes, that doesn't compare to L.A. or NYC) and most
are sushiya. Let's here more from others.

Thanks. -- Rik


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Default Favorite St. Louis, Missouri (USA) Sushiya

Rik Brown wrote:
I remember the days when we only had one sushiya in St. Louis: The
Mikado. It was actually a very nice restaurant. Now there are over 40
Japanese restaurants (yes, that doesn't compare to L.A. or NYC) and most
are sushiya. Let's here more from others.


What interesting kind of fish do they use in St. Louis? Do they serve
anything out of the ordinary?

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Dan
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Rik Brown wrote:
I remember the days when we only had one sushiya in St. Louis: The
Mikado. It was actually a very nice restaurant. Now there are over 40
Japanese restaurants (yes, that doesn't compare to L.A. or NYC) and most
are sushiya. Let's here more from others.


What interesting kind of fish do they use in St. Louis? Do they serve
anything out of the ordinary?

--
Dan
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