Eat This Now: Liar Liar Roll at Sushi Near Me

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • November 1, 2017
Sushi Near Me is a restaurant that serves quick, well-made sushi at reasonable prices. Unstuffy and bright, it’s made for the search-savvy Google Generation. But ironically, the restaurant is impossible to find on any search engine. No really. Try...
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