Witness the bizarre phenomenon: At 6:30 p.m., a line of enthusiastic diners already snakes out the door and down Thompson Street. The reason? An extensive sushi list and reasonable prices. Choose from many types of fish. Here's your chance to compare river eel and sea eel, fatty tuna and lean, Stimson clam and big clam, and try rarities like cockle, abalone, and "sweet shrimp"--diminutive raw shrimp that pop when you bite down on them and leave a sugary taste in the mouth.
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