We were seated immediately since we called ahead to make reservations, but it took the waitress about 20 minutes to notice us- and it wasn't even OUR server.
I've eaten at a lot of sushi places and this spot was just sub par. The rice didn't taste right and the over all taste of the sushi was bland. The beef skewer was about the same. The only taste came from the sauce but the meat itself seemed pretty bland, though quite tender.
However, my husband had the yakisoba and seemed pleased with it. The atmosphere was nice but we felt ignored and cheated. Two sushi rolls, yakisoba, a soda, and beef skewers came out to $45.
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