A-Tan Asian bistro & Sushi bar
Recommandé par 5 habitants ·
Conseils des habitants
Best sushi in San Marcos. Located right under Elevate Bar + Table so its perfect to grab dinner here and then head upstairs for a couple after dinner drinks.
Great Sushi! Traditional style of Japanese fare and a wide assortment of noodle dishes.
Great little sushi spot with great prices! P.S. Try the Poplar Roll with Spicy Mayo.
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