The sushi was presented in very unique ways; i.e. sunomono served in martini glasses, etc.. The food was tasty, although a few of the rolls didn't seem freshly made (rice was a bit dry, and the salmon had a very dry texture). All of our plates were filthy, with dried rice stuck to them, so we needed to ask for clean dishes. Drank out of water glass for five minutes before noticing sludgy ring on the inside.
Food really did taste good, but I'll never return... All of the dirty dishes (that's quite a lack of attention to detail for people in the food business) turned us off. Kind if happy to have made it out without food poisoning.
Last word.... Save your money and go to Ai-Li or Kinjo.
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