I heard that theres a good all you can eat sushi restaurant in the 80's on 2nd avenue? where is it and is it better than Kinoko on 72nd and broadway? Do they give you as much choices and variety? Thanks
Trevor Corson has a one-of-a-kind job: He's a sushi concierge. As a result, he knows a lot about what people do right and wrong when eating sushi. Learn from him in this video (which was shot at New York's Jewel Bako, where Corson often works) and eat sushi with confidence.
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