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Downtown San Carlos April 4, 2014

Poll: Where’s the Best Sushi in San Carlos?

by Chuck Gillooley

Despite what it may seem, Laurel Street and the rest of the downtown dining district of San Carlos is not just comprised of Italian restaurants.  Among the various culinary delights, there is a surprising number of sushi restaurants that have cropped up in the City of Good Living, which means sushi lovers in San Carlos don’t have to exile to San Mateo, Burlingame,  or even Palo Alto to get their fix anymore.

But how does San Carlos rank on the Sushi scale?   Do we have legitimate contenders, or are we still in the minor leagues?   Cast your vote in the White Oaks Blog Poll in the right sidebar — since there are so many to choose from, you can vote for two of your favorites.     Feel free to give a shout out to your favorite San Carlos place in the comment section below,  or let me know if I missed any restaurant that should be considered in the poll.
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Poll: Where's the Best Sushi in San Carlos?, 4.0 out of 5 based on 2 ratings
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  • Give me a break. Everything *but* Seiya is the minor leagues. Seiya undoubtably costs more, but it’s the best sushi in San Carlos by far.

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    • agreed, but shiki bistro is a solid option for take-out, they do a great job packaging everything up, and the fish is fresh.

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  • Agreed with the first comment. I also think Seiya charges a premium for being best in town. For the same quality of food, it would cost 20% less downtown San Mateo!

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  • Agree with “Anonymous” completely. Seiya rivals Nobu NYC. For mid-week, Higuma in RWC. Haven’t found any place better in San Carlos.

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  • Ryu is by far the best–fresh and delicious!

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  • Shiki Bistro is good, we’ve gone to all of them and I would rate them right up there with Seiya.

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