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Sushi News #30, November 2003
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Finally, Updated Ratings!
We've eaten long
and hard, and now we got the stats you need. Yes, our handy ratings
page has been updated and we have
updated our "top five" listing as well. Congrats to Musashino
for maintaining their stranglehold on the #1 spot. Check
out our ratings page
We were puzzled, and just a little worried, about the recent closing of Tanoshii, the sushi bar located in Round Rock across from Dell Computer. A few phone calls later, we found out that the owner had sold it and the new owner is in the process of converting it into a more "traditional" sushi bar.
The new sushi bar may or may not be named Tanoshii. It should re-open in early December.
Tanoshii Japanese Restaurant(?)
Outsourced Sushi At Whole Foods
We couldn't miss the new sushi offerings in Whole
Foods' deli case. Their previous mix of simple vegetarian and (mostly
cooked) sushi have been replaced by a full line of raw fish nigiri
and other standard sushi bar fare.
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