Ahi Sushi is right in the busiest part of Calle Ocho and only about the size of a very nice walk-in closet. The sushi counter can seat six to eight people comfortably, and their small a la carte menu has really good rolls, salads, nigiri, sashimi, and poke. The sashimi and nigiri selections are our favorite parts of the menu, and you should ask if the uni is available too. They also do an omakase for $110 per person, but it’s a little too informal and doesn’t quite live up to the high price tag. Stick to the a la carte options and know that this place is BYOB, which you can very easily make happen by crossing the street and going to Union Beer Store.
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