On arrival, we were greeted to an argument between one of the waiters and a party of four people who felt they were overcharged for their meal/not had the bill explained to them properly. Not exactly the best start, but during our stay the staff were as expected with me and my wife. We came here with a groupon voucher, and did not get any hassle in regards to the booking process or acceptance of the voucher.
The selection of sushi is limited, with the slices of fish on nigiri very thin, and the quality of the fish being average. If this is representative of the a la carte menu, I would say that this is not a very good value for money restaurant.
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