Park Slope has some of the best sushi in Brooklyn (at Sushi Katsuei) - but when you want something a bit more casual and less expensive, JPan is your best bet in the neighborhood. Order the sushi and sashimi for one, two, or however many people you have - for $26 per person, you’ll get 10 pieces of high-quality sashimi, five different types of nigiri, and an eight-piece chef’s choice roll.
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