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The menu at this tiny take-out branch in the heart of South Beach is the same as at the original Hiro's Sushi Express in normal North Miami Beach -- and, astonishingly, so are the low mainland mini-mall prices. Would you believe a thirteen-piece sushi assortment (tuna, salmon, whitefish, crab, shrimp, and white-tuna nigiri plus California and tekka rolls) for $7.25? Or, for raw-fish haters, cooked combos like chicken teriyaki, stir-fried vegetables, rice pilaf, and a small dessert -- for $6.25? Other more exotic items (like spicy Cajun rolls, salmon California rolls subbing sumptuous raw salmon for crab stick, or what might be the world's best corn croquette) are equally bargain priced. Of course you can't sit down here, unlike at SoBe's many more glam sushi joints. But could anything be more glam than an alfresco sushi supper on the Beach, especially in season when it's shirtsleeve weather here and the rest of the nation is freezing?