So far I haven't had anything off the menu except the sushi, which was excellent for being in the desert. It doesn't really follow traditional sushi standards, the rolls are far too large to be the proper "large bite" size, so they are somewhat harder to eat, but the flavor combinations and freshness were great. The staff was friendly and quick. The potstickers were frozen and the seaweed salad was also pre-packaged. But stick to the sushi and you'll be good to go. I didn't get a chance to witness their tepenyaki chef for very long, but he seemed to be enjoying himself.
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