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Notorious P.I.G. | Oct 8, 201306:51 PM     19

Stumbled upon sushi nomi today on roncesvalles. What caught my eye was the variety of seasonal fish on their chalkboard and also the fact that they had literally every staple sushi book on their wall. They had a newer version of jiro's book, the Dai San Harumi book, and the sushi bible from kozasa sushi as well. Impressed with their book collection I had to give their nigiri a try.

I grabbed the Madai, the aji, and the iwashi. Pretty good. Hands down the best on roncesvalles for sure. They where also selling fresh live uni at $19 bucks a pop.

Minimal bar seating, really nice couple running it. Sushi nerd book selection. I will be back to try more of their offerings for sure.

Maybe not a destination spot but if you're in the area definitely worth a visit for the sushi heads.

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