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The number of sushi joints that have sprung up in the East Village over the past few years is staggering—are that many grunge survivors turned corporate drones switching to yoga and the all-protein diet? Judging from the loyal crowds at this bustling and palatial (for a sushi joint, that is) high-ceilinged affair on East Fourth Street, sushi is clearly the new California burrito. Jeollado tends to slather too much sauce onto its hand rolls, Osaka-style, but it’s affordable, fresh and uncomplicated—most rolls are in the five- to six-dollar range. It’s not the best in the hood—that would be the heavenly and obscure Jewel Bako on East Fifth—but you never have to wait for a table here.Recommended Dishes
Jeollado roll, $5
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