I went here for dinner on a Tuesday night with one other person. I'm a vegetarian, and ended up ordering two appetizers to share (vegetable shu mai and steamed vegetable dumplings), and then vegetable tempura. I felt like there weren't too many entree options for vegetarians, and would have liked to have what I usually have at sushi restaurants, which is a "dinner entree" that includes two or three rolls, and miso soup and/or iceberg lettuce salad with orange ginger dressing. I realize that I could have ordered all these items separately, but didn't bother.
We both liked the appetizers; I liked the dumplings better than the shu mai. The tempura was good, although I don't eat tempura much, not being a "fried food person". The miso soup that came with my entree was good.
It's a really small place; probably can seat no more than 30 people, sp it's a little cramped, but the staff was very nice, and the decor was attractive. Friendly people.
All in all, I liked what I had, but I don't know if I'd go back, for lack of entree selections. I would, however, like to order takeout and check out their sushi. I tend to prefer takeout to dining in a restaurant, though, if that lens perspective.
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