Zero One Sushi
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Zero One Sushi information
Lonely Planet review
Fueling city-center office workers for years (which is why it's closed on weekends), this unassuming hole-in-the-wall staple serves some of the freshest, no-nonsense sushi in the downtown core. Prices are very reasonable (nigiri rolls cost from $1 to $3, for example) and there's usually a special or two to entice you to try something other then your regular California rolls.
There's minimal seating, so consider taking your package to the waterfront and locating an alfresco perch with a view around Canada Pl, a 10-minute walk away.