Musashi’s is cash-only. It’s small. There’s often a line to get in, and the interior is pretty no-frills. But none of that matters, because you can get 12 pieces of spicy tuna roll for less than five bucks, and it’s not coming from a gas station refrigerator case. If you’re looking for a sushi bargain, this is it.
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