Where casual sushi spots are concerned, Kamei should be towards the top of your list. The staff is friendly, it’s a nice, relaxed place to eat solo, and the sushi is reasonably-priced - even if you’re getting a roll stuffed with fresh lobster. Service can be a bit slow on a busy Friday night, but as long as you’re in no hurry, it’s going to be a good time.
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