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At $1.50 per plate (before GST), it's cheap comparable to other Japanese restaurants. After GST and service charge, it's less than $2 per plate.I took pictures of 3 dishes I'd be back for. These selections disappear off the sushi train rather quickly as they're quite rare and I suppose their costs are higher. unagi sushi roll. relatively thick pieces with riceblueberry cheesecake that was sweet without being too creamy, nor too light. each bite was delightful.miso soup needs to be ordered and th
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At $1.50 per plate (before GST), it's cheap comparable to other Japanese restaurants. After GST and service charge, it's less than $2 per plate.

I took pictures of 3 dishes I'd be back for. These selections disappear off the sushi train rather quickly as they're quite rare and I suppose their costs are higher.
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unagi sushi roll. relatively thick pieces with rice
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blueberry cheesecake that was sweet without being too creamy, nor too light. each bite was delightful.
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miso soup needs to be ordered and there were surprisingly thick pieces of salmon inside which makes it very worth it and unlike normal miso soup. The tea is refillable at the individual station you're sitting at.
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