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Sushi Ike


6051 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles
Earn 3X Points

Just like you have your go-to dry cleaner and fortune teller, you probably have your stand-bys for solid sushi at reasonable prices. Sushi Ike should be one of them, except this place doesn’t draw the big crowds you might expect given that the quality of the fish is right up there with the best in Hollywood. There’s a fantastic lunch combo, and dinner will cost about $50 if you pick and choose off the menu.

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