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David Jul 18, 2003 10:41 PM

I'm seriously considering moving to Eugene, OR from NYC. I'm a big Japanese food fan. When I was in Eugene recently, I couldn't find any really good sushi places. Can anyone help me find good sushi in Eugene?

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    JDBear RE: David Aug 19, 2003 11:19 PM

    You might wanna try Shiki on Coburg Rd near I-105 and Autzen. It's where we go when we get the hankering for some raw fish.

    JD

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      duynsathe RE: David Jan 2, 2008 01:04 PM

      Just for the sake of adding some info in case anyone searches for sushi in Eugene on the boards: I personally love the Sushi Station on 5th street, by the 5th street market, not too far from the train station. It's one of those sushi rotation belt type places. I don't know how authentic it is, but everyone I know seems to like that place. There's also a sushi place that I like, although it's kinda big on the fried sushi type things (lots of other sushi too tho) is a little place in the open mall strip near Walmart at the end of Delta, past Beltline. (There's a GI Joes nearby, it's to the right of there, small restaurant.)

      And I've been to Shiki, though I didn't have sushi there, and it was good. It has since moved to MLK Jr Boulevard, near Coburg Road and the bridge, across the road from Kowloon's Chinese restaurant and club.

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        clearskies0810 RE: duynsathe Jan 2, 2008 01:33 PM

        The place at the end of the Delta highway is called Sushi Domo. I'd say they have some of the better sushi rolls in town.

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        girlwonder88 RE: David Jan 3, 2008 10:44 AM

        I'm a bit of a sushi novice, but my friends who love it really like Shiki and then the one that is downtown on 8th and Willamette...can't remember the name.

        Our favorite, favorite sushi place in Oregon is the one in Seal Rock, south of Newport: Yuzen. It's in an old Bavarian restaurant building, but it's fabulous Japanese food.

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