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TOP 3 SAN DIEGO SUSHI RESTAURANTS
WARNING: Stay away if you plan to order a california roll, please! Don't waste their time.
We visited both of their locations. Our second night in Cali took us to Harney Sushi in Oceanside. While the names and some of the menu are the same, they have completely different vibes. We sat by the dj booth in this location and the place was definitely busy. If it wasn't a plane ride away, this would be our weekend hangout. The place had modern decor and unique round booths, equipped with a full sushi and cocktail bar. You'll impress the ladies to say the least.
I repeat from the San Diego review, before I even get to the amazing food, let me just say that Harney Sushi is one of the best sushi establishments we have been to.
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Hope, Tatter Todds!!!, Berry Nice (Jog First)
So we escaped the cold of New York and got a real treat in California, not just plenty of sunshine and being able to run outside at night in shorts, no the real treat was Harney Sushi. Before I even get to the amazing food, let me just say that Harney Sushi is one of the best sushi establishments we have been to. You can tell they run a very efficient business, are ahead of the ball when it comes to a fusion menu and believe in true customer service - we witnessed them handling a slight problem in the most professional manner. That being said let me take you through our visit to their San Diego location.
We walk into an adorable cozy, yet modern sushi restaurant with a bright giant fish tank dividing the place with a sushi bar on one side and a full alcoholic bar on the other.
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Tatter Todds, Vietname-so-Harney, Rollz Royce, Maui Waui
Best Sushi Restaurants in San Diego, California
If you're looking for the best sushi restaurants in the Downtown/San Diego area, look no further. We've traveled around San Diego quite a few times and know all of the great spots. Sushi to us is more than just fish wrapped in rice. Real sushi takes time to prepare and is an art. The quality of their fish, the service, the cleanliness of their restaurant and the entire package is what we look at. Sauces are important as well. We frown upon restaurants that rely on generic sauces. We aim to list the sushi restaurants in Downtown San Diego, California (CA) that take their business and their sushi sezriously, not just something extra to serve their customers.
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