This middle of the road sushi restaurant serves up decent sushi, as well as good udon noodle bowls (the fat noodles in soup), and killer gaoma-ae (cold spinach and peanut butter).
Long black booths and dragon covered poster adds for imported Japanese beers define the place as authentic, with pleasant service and delicious specialty pieces. The prices can be high, but nothing extreme in... more
The one word you don't want your lunch companion to say when you're eating sushi is "fishy".
We ate here for a late Saturday lunch and were initially impressed by the low, low prices. For less than $13, we got a combo with cali, dynamite, scallop, and then also ordered a yam roll. The sushi was freshly made but really nothing special and a bit heavy on the rice. Then my friend declared that... more