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Taro Fish Vs By The Sea at J Town

elvisahmed | Dec 1, 201409:50 PM     17

Folks wanted to get the fellow CH to chime on these two places as have an upcoming dinner at home.
Taro Fish has been the go to place for moi for take out Sashimi. Haven't had sushi from there in a while. How the sushi there nowadays?
By The Sea at J-Town is a longer trek for me as I live Downtown. I have had their Sashimi and it was quite good. Again how's sushi there? Another issue apart from the much longer trek is that they don't have an online menu. The fellow diners want to pick and choose a few items (mainly sushi rolls) which I am sure are carried by them a well but it might make it harder to order in and just pick it up from there.
Just to get the point across other fellow diners are more into Sushi.

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