This restaurant is a little hole in the wall in a strip shopping mall. Ambiance is not the restaurant's strong point, which would have been just fine as many sushi restaurants fit the "hole in the wall" description. Unfortunately, the sushi was just average. The individual pieces were a bit small, the rice was bit dry and the sushi was too. All in all, it was acceptable, but nothing special.
The other dishes we had, however, were very good. The miso soup was excellent. My wife had the vegetable tempura and it was also excellent, with the batter being thin and flaky. The fried pot stickers (gyoza) were definitely above average.
So, this was a bit of a strange experience - a sushi restaurant where the sushi was the least desirable item on the menu! By the way, I do commend the service. The waiter and waitress we had were very accommodating.
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