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8.0

Kinme

This Midtown Village BYOB has a leather booth lining the walls, a long sushi bar, and a handful of tables that work great for a small group hangout. The prices here are pretty reasonable, with dozens of classic and signature rolls under $20. Our favorite, the Legally Blonde roll, comes filled with hamachi, jalapeño, and scallions and then topped with bluefin toro and a passion fruit ponzu. Head here for a casual weeknight dinner or a date night when you want to impress your partner by finding a great sushi spot and the perfect bottle of rosé. 

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The Best Sushi Restaurants In Philly

From splurge-worthy omakase spots to low-key places for maki on the go, these are the best sushi restaurants in town.

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