I think the most impressive part about this place is the size of the fish on its sushi. It is about twice as big than the ones that you normally get in Japan. I had 6 pieces and I was full. The fish is pretty fresh. The rice, however, was way overcooked, wet, and mushy. It's really a shame because if they made the rice better, this would've been a good sushi place, but the rice ruined the whole sushi experience for me.
If you don't mind mushy overcooked rice and crazy huge raw fish on it, then you might find this place an amazing deal. It is one of the lowest priced sushi places with good quality fresh fish in the area. However, if you are looking for a perfect sushi experience, I'd go else where.
No bathroom, no place to wash your hands, no alcohol is served and it is extremely small. If you are claustrophobic, you might not be able to bare staying inside the restaurant.
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