I loved the idea of having chinese and japanese under one roof, especially when it's always crowded and it smells delicious as soon as you walk in. The first time I went, I ordered tuna sushi -- and I got sick. I chalked this up to a coincidence. The next time I went, I ordered eel sushi -- and I got sick. Never again. I don't know if their fish isn't fresh or if they have sub-par sanity conditions behind the sushi bar, but it's a disgrace. I happily travel 30 minutes to MUCH better chinese and japanese restaurants.
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