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WHERE IS A GREAT PLACE TO BUY SUSHI FISH IN OR AROUND THE OAKLAND AREA?

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GOTHVAMP Jun 10, 2007 08:38 AM

hi there, i am new here and i just love sushi!!!! i can eat it everyday in fact!!! but it is costly so i would love to make it and would love to know where to buy great fish for sushi at? i am looking around the oakland area to the richmond area. can any one help me? i love sake hamachi and munguro.

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    kc72 RE: GOTHVAMP Jun 10, 2007 11:17 AM

    tokyo fish market -- berkeley

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      Mission RE: kc72 Jun 10, 2007 11:18 AM

      TFM on San Pablo,Berkeley.

      End of story.

    2. K K RE: GOTHVAMP Jun 10, 2007 04:37 PM

      Berkeley Bowl almost always has maguro, sake/salmon, and hamachi (and albacore) sashimi in the fish department, as one more addition, though Tokyo Fish Market is arguably the best choice (even amongst Japanese expats that i know).

      1. Stephanie Wong RE: GOTHVAMP Jun 10, 2007 04:59 PM

        Tokyo Fish Market: http://search.earthlink.net/search/lo...

        I usually park in the huge parking lot of the bingo parlor 2 doors south of TFM. Enter from 10th Street (1 block west of and parallel to San Pablo Ave).

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          lmnopm RE: Stephanie Wong Jun 10, 2007 10:34 PM

          Tokyo Fish is #1. Berkeley Bowl does in a pinch, but only Sundays when Tokyo Fish is closed and I need a fix. Ranch 99 has a small selection of blocked fish (which I haven't been to in ages since living close to Tokyo Fish) which was passable.

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          pinotnoir RE: GOTHVAMP Jun 11, 2007 11:39 AM

          In answer to your request on a separate thread, no they do not take foods stamps. Checked with the ladies at the registers 1/2 hour ago. They do have a great selection of sushi grade fish.

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            adrienne156 RE: pinotnoir Jun 12, 2007 12:55 PM

            Just a fair warning to the OP - Tokyo Fish Market on San Pablo is the best, but pricey. I recently agreed to make ceviche for 40 and prayed Ranch 99's fish would be passable. No such luck.

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