Sushi Ko is a really good, casual Japanese spot on Bird Road. They offer a lot of sushi options, but you should definitely get some of their cooked dishes on the table too. Any karaage dish is going to be tasty, as well as any fish collar option. Come here next time you want an easy, relatively affordable Japanese meal with some huge Sapporos served in buckets of ice.
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