In Los Angeles, there are a dozen Sugarfish locations. In New York, there are now two. The Soho outpost is similar to the Flatiron one, with the exact same menu of satisfying set price sushi meals that range from $28-$52 at dinner and $23-$45 at lunch, including tip. As it expands, Sugarfish somehow manages to be as consistent as Shake Shack, and that remains true here. Expect waits. For your best chance at avoiding them, come for a weekday lunch.
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