Haru sushi is very interesting in that it has taken a very Japanese dish and given it a South American twist, producing fusion combinations that have very little to do with Japan and more with the Peruvian Japanese riff that is becoming so popular at the moment.
There is a little over reliance on cream cheese in the sushi, which can make it rather cloying, and the rice is a little over wet and dense.
However, the reason I've given this a poor rating, is that even though right by the entrance there is a big American Express and Visa debit sign, when it came to paying our bill, we were told we had to pay cash.
Sadly my Spanish was not good enough to try and argue the point, so we simply paid. Luckily we happened to have the cash on us: I'm not sure how others would have fared if they hadn't.
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