This pan asian restaurant on the Third Street Promenade offers excellent spicy noodles and other Thai and Chinese favorites, but we usually head in back to sit on the stools at the sushi bar, which always advertises "half price" for sushi. What does it mean to be half price if it's always half price? But you end up paying about $2-$4 for most sushi items such as "tekamaki" or "toro", and it's good. Recommended.
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