Sushi Ye serves very fresh fish in a very small space, and since it’s run by a husband and wife team, a meal here feels more like a sushi dinner party. The affordable nigiri combinations are where you should concentrate - you can get 10 pieces for $30, and you’ll absolutely be full by the time you finish.
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