A Wash West recycle lost an “o” but earned an “OMG.”
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1. Satten said... on May 27, 2009 at 09:17AM
“I love their lunch special on sushi. One of the best sushi deals in town for the amount and quality of the food and I've been to plenty of center city spots.”
2. Mike said... on May 27, 2009 at 11:52AM
“I went there a few weeks ago, and am going back next week for my B-day. I've heard some people complain that the all you can eat rules are draconian, but we had no problem. No splitting and no doggy bags makes sense. The no leftovers I can understand, prevents overordering.The approach we took worked really well for working with the 3rd rule. To start, we ordered 2 rolls each, and had it on a communal plate. From that point our waitress was happy to continue taking our orders, even as we trailed off and began ordering just a few pieces at a time. That let us eat to our limit, and try a large variety of excellent sushi.”
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