Unlike a lot of affordable sushi places, Sushi Time’s bread and butter is not its lunch deals. In fact, it’s not even open for lunch. This small spot in Beverly Grove is easily the best option for a reasonable sushi dinner in the neighborhood. Most of their sushi and sashimi runs in the $5-$8 range and all daily specials are written on pieces of paper stapled to the wall. The yellowtail, sweet shrimp, and amberjack are great here.
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