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Old 02-19-2010, 06:22 AM
Location: Orlando, FL
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Originally Posted by blueoktober View Post
I am glad you understood my misspelling! lol. Yes, Bayridge is very good and much more moderately priced!
I just never go there because it is out in Longwood, but I have been twice and really liked it.

Amura is also good, but the time I went to the Lake Mary one I had hibachi so I cannot attest to the sushi quality. The one downtown, which is the least glamorous is decent. The other two are better.
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Old 02-19-2010, 07:13 AM
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Amura is good is if you like oversized rolls with alot of sauce. If you like the opposite, go to Shin which is closest to traditional Japanese. It's basically fish, seaweed and rice.
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Old 02-19-2010, 11:52 AM
Location: Downtown Orlando, FL
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When I worked at SunTrust I ate at Amura at least once a week for 5 years. Then one day they upped their prices to act as if they are some upscale place to eat when the food quality stayed exactly the same. It's really good, but I stopped going because doubling your prices overnight "just because" really rubbed me wrong....especially when there's much better out there.
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