Make no mistake, this place is not "classic" Japanese sushi, it's Americanized through and through. But that's okay, it' still a great little place and the service is the best. The owners are super nice and very attentive. The edemame are the freshest in McLean. Most of their sushi orders are for special rolls, again, not what a true sushi afficionato would order. But the fish seems to be very fresh, and they really try hard to make everyone feel welcome. Not a great place to go if you have a large group, as the seating is tight and they really can't accomodate groups of more than say 6 people easily. But I like this place much better than Tachiban or the other one around the corner next to Boston Market.
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