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Sushi Echigo-You HAVE to go!

triski | Jun 5, 200208:26 PM     1

Finally made it to Sushi Echigo (after reading about it here) last Friday and enjoyed it so much, I took my husband back the following Tuesday. Fresh, fresh fish and the $10 deal is great. Like other posters regarding this place, it was almost empty. Please go and support this restaurant. Your tummy will thank you. I would hate to see them go out of business. I even plan to go back again this week.
In the $10 lunch deal, you get 4 pieces of sushi and a fresh crab roll. If you are still hungry, they have a great selection of fish and you can order single pieces as well as regular, 2-piece orders. It is available 12-2pm. I am getting hungry just thinking about it... The live scallop is amazing...

Echigo is on Santa Monica Blvd(North side of the street), west of bundy in a horrible mini mall. It's on the 2nd floor, above a pizza hut.

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