This place might have good sushi (don't know, didn't try it) but my dinner companion ordered chicken teriyaki and it looked and tasted completely unappetizing. When inquiring about ordering something else we were told in no uncertain terms that "you ordered it, you eat it." We shared my vegetable tempura, which was fine. On the positive side the portions were generous.
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