I first heard about Goteborg Sausage from Pomai...by the way, my 2nd cousin George was also featured in Pomai's post; cooking this sausage on his local cooking show, "George Yoshida's Kitchen"...
On a recent trip to Tanioka's, after taking my grandma to her physical therapy, I bought the fish patty bento for my dad...US$4.40+tax.
The line moves fast and there are lots of people waiting, so you gotta decide quickly.
I spotted this Goteborg Sausage musubi US$1.50+tax (I think)....I loved this peppery sausage--kind of like salami, kind of like portuguese sausage, but really peppery.
I also grabbed their Mochiko chicken musubi US$2.25+tax....man, if you want a musubi with umph! this is it. A thick boneless piece of mochiko chicken thigh sitting up on top of a lot of rice. Very moist and flavorful, definitely worth the $2.25!
As I was standing in line, I heard the woman behind me ask for lumpia US$1+tax (I think)...so when the cashier asked me, "anything else?" I asked for a lumpia too. By the time I got home, the middle of the lumpia was soggy, but the ends were still really crisp.
All in all, a really great lunch for just under US$5 per person.