The sushi here is definitely excellent. If you focus on the fish, you come away satisfied, and full (it is a rodizio, or all you can eat). However, when compared to many, if not most, other such restaurants, the rest comes up a little short. For example, Shimeji usually comes on a sizzling how plate. Here, though, a small portion comes wrapped in aluminum foil. And tempura, which is usually included in the rodizio, is a la carte. Green tea is included, though it is served by the cup, not by the teapot, so you can't refresh by yourself. So when it gets cold (as you concentrate on the sushi), you have to request a new cup and wait until they get around to getting it for you.
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