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If you’re looking for a great value on low-priced sushi, it’s hard to find somewhere better than Musashi’s in the ID. You’re not going to see things like toro or uni, but you will enjoy fantastic tuna and torched salmon for around $3 per piece as well as hamachi rolls for $6.

We especially appreciate the thick-cut sashimi that come in a set of four pieces for around $13. The hefty slices of salmon or tuna are substantially-sized, and when you’re dealt a thicker piece of fish, it’s even more clear how excellent all of Musashi’s cuts are. Plus, their casual space has a ton of tables, which makes it perfect for a dinner with friends when you need to spend your money on other things, like more sushi.

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