Koreatown is home to some of the best restaurants in the city, but finding quality sushi that won’t cost you a half month’s rent is still somewhat difficult. But Sushi Hon on Olympic has reasonable prices and a great lunch deal. Whether it’s a sashimi plate, sushi roll combo platter, or a giant bowl of donburri, you can’t really go wrong especially when the most expensive thing is $22.
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