Toyoda, a little Japanese restaurant on the main Lake City strip, has one of the best values in town when it comes to sushi. You get a free noodle salad and miso soup after sitting down, the pieces of nigiri are pretty generous, and the prices are reasonable. Use it for a quick and casual dinner, and even though the tempura-fried spicy tuna roll sounds like it could be greasy, it’s actually light, comes with a delicious ponzu sauce for dipping, and is the best thing here.
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