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Thread: Good sushi in Disney?

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    I dont think I can go a week without it so where can we get some good sushi in or around Disney?

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    There a still a couple of places I haven't tried, but of those I have, the best has been Yoshi's Sushi at the California Grill.

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    Wolf Gang Puck (not the express) at DTD West Side.

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    Yakitori House - Japan - Epcot. It's generic (california or spicy tuna) but, if you need a sushi fix, it's your best bet for the price.

    But, I like their ginger chicken salad as well. Overall, a nice little quick serve lunch spot.

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    Puck's Sushi bar, for certain. We really disliked California Grill.

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