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Rain Sushi in Wallingford

To Sushi or not to Sushi, that is is question. Rain Sushi in Seattle’s Wallingford neighborhood is billed as a modern Japanese restaurant and is reviewed by locals on Yelp.com as average. I’ve looked at their menu and see that you can get a bowl of Miso soup for $2.50, I love Miso soup and would try theirs. Offering ‘Crispy Black Cod’ (served with sauteed asparagus & tomatoes in a spicy-sweet soy) sounds good too for $8.50. Sushi, yes they offer that as well, but I’m not a fan, are you? But whether or not you like Japanese cuisine, their neon sign is one of the more interesting I’ve seen around town.

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    • bill burke: Nice perspective! It’s amazing how the huge ship really makes the tug boat look so small. Have a nice day Madge.
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