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We stop here sometimes during our yearly vacation down the shore. PROS: Sushi is always fresh and perfect temperature. Decor is clean but bland, either way the food makes it easy to ignore. Prices are good, even for a place so outside the tourist trap. Just off the Rio Grande Bridge so it is easy to find. The rice is good quality and holds together perfectly. I think it is a saltwatery-air thing that makes most sushi places down the shore unable to cook a simple white rice. CONS: Not so great presentation. They use far too much shredded cucumber and other fillers it sometimes makes your meal a soggy mess. Ala carte sashimi is cut a bit too small, but fish in the sushi is about right size. Still not enough to take away the crown.
Hands down the best hoagies and deli items available in either N. Wildwood or the Crest. The bread is perfect, the veggies, toppings, etc. are fresh and good quality. The condiments are da' bomb. Last time we ate ordered from there we got some stuffed cherry peppers and olives and other little side items that really made the meal, so if you are ordering ahead don't forget to ask about these things. They may not be the cheapest down the shore, but anything they charge is well worth it because they are the best.
Vote: Sandwich Shop
Gregory S. has not cast any votes in the 2012 Jersey Shore HOT LIST.