Chicken gyoza appetizer was tasty, hot and well-presented. The dipping sauce was pleasant. The sushi was well presented and tasty. Cold items were served nicely chilled and hot items were served hot. The specialty house maki were interesting and the flavors well-conceived. My only criticism is that individual sushi/sashimi portions were a bit on the small side, but no so small that I'd complain. The sake menu was on the smaller side, but the selections were good quality and varied.
I would go back and sample more of the chef's creations.
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