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re: Dining Guide Giveaway...OneMoreTime wins the $100 gift card to Amazon.com!


Congrats to that guy


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TigerTatorTots
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re: Dining Guide Giveaway...OneMoreTime wins the $100 gift card to Amazon.com!


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.OneMoreTime wins the $100 gift card to Amazon.com!
frick HIM






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re: Dining Guide Giveaway...OneMoreTime wins the $100 gift card to Amazon.com!


frick him





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re: Dining Guide Giveaway...OneMoreTime wins the $100 gift card to Amazon.com!


Congrats to him.

Bunch of sore frickers up in here.






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OneMoreTime
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re: Dining Guide Giveaway...OneMoreTime wins the $100 gift card to Amazon.com!


Oh frick yes. Just saw this. Thanks big chicken. I'll shoot you an email in a little bit





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Tiger at Law
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re: Dining Guide Giveaway...OneMoreTime wins the $100 gift card to Amazon.com!


Tried to update the Dining Guide last week to add Sushi Village so I could add my review (I know, contest is over...) but its not up yet. Is that normal or did I not do it right?

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Ate lunch at the Sushi Village on Coursey near the branch Clerk of Court Office: LINK / Yeah, yeah, just what we need, another sushi place...well we've got one!

They offer a $19 all you can eat deal that I didn't go with. I think that its like Sushi Masa where it is only certain rolls and items, not the full menu.

I got a 3 roll + soup +salad lunch for about $10.50. Philadelphia roll, yellowtail, and eel. They have plenty of special rolls, mostly in the $10-$12 range. All of the rolls I had were pretty basic and tasted fresh.

What I liked at Sushi Village compared to other spots is that the rolls didn't have tons of rice...there was more to the inside of the roll than the rice wrapping (which is what I prefer) so I filled up on the good stuff. My only complaint was that the eel roll was light on the eel, especially in comparison to the yellow tail and Philadelphia fillings.

Overall, not a bad alternative to add to the mix of Sushi spots, at least for the basics. No telling if they rice it up on the all you can eat rolls (like they seem to do at Masa).






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