It's a little hole in the wall sushi place, very small but lots of character. We ordered take out, the place we were staying was around the corner. we ordered a couple special rolls and 6 pieces of sashimi. All of it was crammed into one styrofoam take out box, and not very carefully. Most of the sashimi was not cut very uniformly and were very large chunky cuts. Also, the rice didn't seem to be formed very well either, almost as if a beginner sushi chef had given us his test pieces.
Overall, the experience was not bad and the location was within walking distance to where we were. The quality of the sashimi was on board with the price. If you have a sushi craving and don't want to travel very far or spend too much I'd recommend this place.
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