The seats and tables inside Go To Sushi are tiny and have seen better days, the menu is taped to the wall by the cash register, and most of the orders here are to-go. But aesthetics aren’t why you come here - you go to this Upper East Side spot for surprisingly good sushi. Most rolls are under $10 and they also have a selection of smaller plates, like yakitori skewers and a great crispy baby octopus for $5. You have paid far more money for far worse food in much shinier restaurants around town.
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