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- 88%Local Culture
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- Sushi StopAmbassadorMember ofBudget TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 9Nov 17, 2013
I love this place for their cheap sushi -- it's a good price for what you get. They have some interesting sushi plates too! The space is limited and the wait can get long...but there's things to do in the area -- from grabbing dessert after dining to perusing some of the stores nearby while you wait!Recommended for:
- Sushi StopMember ofBudget TravelersOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 2Jul 22, 2014
$3 sushi rolls?!?!?! And all pretty tasty. Ordered $24 worth of sushi and was STUFFED. Hurt so good. Can get crowded - but we ordered to go. CASH ONLY, but they have an ATM inside if you need as well.Recommended for:
- Sushi StopAmbassadorMember ofBudget TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 3Nov 21, 2012
$2.75 for almost everything on the menu! But fyi, they now charge the daily market price for items containing fresh tuna. Sooo... the $2.75 "for everything" is a tad deceptive. Still, the sushi is good, and you can get quite full while spending a modest amount. I like the Vegas Roll, the Blue Crab Hand Roll, the Curry Chicken Udon, and the Salmon Skin Salad. Plus, I can eat all the ginger I want!
- Sushi StopMember ofBudget TravelersLocal CultureFoodiesHistory BuffsJul 27, 2012
The sushi is decent - the fish is fresh and the pieces are a good size. Overall it's also a good deal, we can usually eat a full meal for under $25 a person. A good place for a cheap sushi fix.
- Sushi StopMay 01, 2013
Gamestop- A rip off gaming conglomerate that nickels and dimes it's customers.
Sushistop- A solid affordable sushi joint that gives you great bang for your buck.
I've been meaning to try this sushi joint for a while now; however, there always seems to be a line outside. Once inside, the decor is really simple, there are no individual tables, rather it's sushi bar style. So here was what I ordered:
las vegas roll- spicy salmon roll with fried radish piece on top. I would just skip on it.
Crispy rice- crispy rice with spicy tuna and avocado on top with it. They even serve it with some jalapeno and chives. Love it!
pop corn shrimp- California roll with a pop corn shrimp on it. It's pretty good.
aburi salmon belly- Basically, it's a large piece of sashimi. Great quality.
Each plate costs about $2.75 so $3 with tax. For $12 I was pretty content with my experience. They have valet parking in the back but you can find street parking if you're patient. Overall, a great sushi place considering the low prices.
- Sushi StopMar 20, 2013
If I was really hungry and in a sushi craving, this would be my go to spot. It has quick service and yummy food. But most importantly, the food is affordable! The sushi here is really cheap! Although in small portions, the upside is that you can try a variety of dishes without making a dent in your wallet. Highly recommended!
- Sushi StopSep 13, 2012
If you want decent sushi you have to pay a lot right? Wrong! Although the sushi here is not top grade like Hide Sushi across the street, it's definitely better than most fast food sushi restaurants out there. The yellow tails and the tuna were moist and fresh and most of the standard pieces cost around $2.75. Seating is in a U shape around the sushi chefs so you still get that sushi bar feel. I recommend this place if you're craving decent quality sushi and in a lively atmosphere.
- Sushi StopAug 24, 2012
If you are looking for quick and cheap sushi, this is the perfect place! They do have bowls for 2.75 too. Not bad for a quick sushi place. This place can get really crowded though. It's cash only. They have an ATM, but it's better not to pay the fee!
- Sushi StopMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 5Jul 31, 2012
**BUDGET SUSHI ROLLS ON SAWTELLE**
CASH ONLY (ATM inside).
$2.75 for each item?!
Friendly service (not necessarily efficient).
**SPICY TUNA ROLL ($2.75)
**SALMON AND AVOCADO ROLL ($2.75)
**PEPPERED SEARED TUNA ($5.50)
**MISO SOUP ($1.60)
Lunch for 2 was $19.75.
RECOMMEND for your sushi-roll fix on a budget.
- Sushi StopMember ofBudget TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 6First to ReviewJul 05, 2012
If you are craving some sushi (nigiri and rolls), but don't want to spend a lot at a sushi bar restaurant, Sushi Stop is an easy fix for that. The line gets long around 7:30pm on the weeknights. Most everything on the menu is $2.75 per order, which is great. The sashimi is decent, but not the highest quality. They also have udon and curry to satisfy you. Cash only, so be prepared, though they do have an ATM inside.