4 based on 70 reviews
Sushi was tasty, service was quick and friendly, and the presentation was amazing. My plate featured a little handcrafted wooden fence that the sushi sat in front of, and an elaborate floral arrangement, in addition to the lovely and colorful sushi roll itself. The plate looked more like a work of art than something you're supposed to eat. Sushi is frequently visually appealing, but this was above and beyond what I've seen before.My only gripe has to do with the dining room. There was a laser light projector shining little red and green dots all around the room to create some kind of ambiance. However, the table I was seated at meant those little laser dots shone right in my face! I tried shifting around to avoid them but in the end had to ask for the projector to be shut off. Thankfully the staff did turn it off and I was able to enjoy my meal, but it was not great that it was there in the first place. Hopefully they remove it entirely so others can enjoy their food without worrying about danger to their eyesight!In all other regards it was a great experience and I'd gladly go back if the laser is shut off.
4 based on 28 reviews
The sushi is average and didn't wow me in any way. Wasn't outstandingly fresh either. The price was decent. Our Waitress was awful and kept interrupting us during our order to go chat with her friends in another language which made us very upset. Totally underwhelming. Would not come back.
4 based on 27 reviews
Small and cosy, this family-run restaurant has good fresh sushi as well as a variety of hibachi dinners and teriyaki. Sue and her husband will greet you as you walk in the door! There seems to be a good take-out business here. Just be forewarned that this restaurant is very small. There is ample parking near the front door. Bring cash or be prepared to use the restaurant's ATM machine.
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