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Aug 29, 2006 02:11 PM

Sushi D on College (the D is for DON'T waste your money)

Made the mistake of trying Sushi D in little Italy with a friend last night. Japango was deemed too far a trek and this was a new place that my friend had been meaning to try. The choice of two all you can eat menus (Maki rolls only for $12.99, choice of everything on the menu for $18.99) should have been the give away. I could give more details about returned brown rice maki rolls (made with still warm rice) and uninspired sushi, but suffice to say, that you'd be better off with ready-made from your grocer. Just don't bother.

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  1. I thought Sushi D was great. Everything I ordered was terrific.

    1. Maybe give Sushi Island a try? Also on College, offers the same type of AYCE deals, and I didn't think it was too bad. Gets pretty good reviews on this board.

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      1. re: Tara9000

        In my opinion, Sushi Island is slightly better compared to Sushi D. But neither one of them can be compared to Japango. They serve different clientèles with distinctive budgets. I go to Sushi Island when I want to get stuffed on a budget; Japango is my destination when I want to treat myself with their wonderful makis.



        1. re: tjunmin

          In my opinion, Japango is slightly better compared to Sushi Island. But neither one of them can be compared to Japan.


      2. Went here about a month ago, cause my friend was raving about how it was his favourite sushi place... well, it wasn't terrible, and it was pretty cheap - but I found the tuna sushi to be mushy and a lack of choices that weren't random rolls that didn't sound too appetizing.
        Japango is way better than Sushi D, but i went to Omi Sushi recently for lunch which was ammaaazing compared to my lunch at Japango. they've converted me!

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        1. re: jayseeca

          mushy sushi IS terrible! freshness and quality is obviously not a concern of theirs.

          1. re: jayseeca

            I've never been to Omi at lunch time, only for dinner. I prefer Japango for maki, and Omi for sushi and sashimi. I find the fish at at Omi tastier compared to Japango.

            The one low point for Omi in my opinion is their omakaze; the food is not worth what they charge. For that kind of money, I prefer the tasting menu at Canoe; it is a different kind of experience, I know, but I find it much more satisfying.

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