Scout - - CULTURE - –DENISE FER­NAN­DEZ, as­so­ciate editor

seem­ingly per­fect. The in­te­ri­ors are bright, well de­signed, and usu­ally kept clean. am­ily art s also got some sian snacks you can t re­ally nd in other stores matcha lovers, get your snack here , plus a va­ri­ety of re­frig­er­ated sushi . De­spite all its pros, its Filipino branches still don’t line up to the apanese orig­i­nals. Though they’ve got some af­ford­able don­buri bowls and rice meals at the counter, these aren’t avail­able , to our dis­ap­point­ment. nd as much as the sushi seems like a ma­jor plus, let’s keep it real here when you’re crav­ing some sushi, the rst place you’d go isn’t a con­ve­nience store that sells half assed rolls. e still love Fam­ily art, though, at least for its con­sis­tently clean branches and rare sian nds.

Denise got: Prepacked Cal­i­for­nia maki and a Milo shake

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