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Our office was recently relocated to the lake and this place was one of the ones that I decided to try after searching for sushi on google maps. Don't be fooled by its small storefront. The fish in this place is extremely fresh for such...More
Work very close to this restaurant and it is my go to place whenever i want sushi. Very small restaurant with no place to sit really, except the 2 tables outside. The food is always on point. Down side to this place no place to...More
Honestly, this place is a guilty pleasure of mine. I debated even letting people know it exists because I sort of wanted to keep it to myself. Well, after some thought I decided to share.
I go here about once every two weeks, and often...More
This may not be an elaborate restaurant, but do not underestimate their ability to make fantastic sushi at a great price. This has been our consistently favorite place to get sushi for the past four years and it is by far my favorite night of...More
A small store front with take out sushi only. It could get crowed during lunch hours so get there early. There are 2 small tables outside for seating, but most people were buying takeouts. I found the sushi rice to be a little under cooked,...More
Always fresh and delicious. Very reasonable. Owners are friendly and the sushi is fantastic. No seating buy great for take out. I go here at a minimum once per week for lunch. Call ahead if you can to avoid waiting in line for your order...More
The Sushi and Sashimi is very fresh, made while you wait.
In the summer there are a few small tables outside.
The staff is very friendly and will give you extra soy sauce, ginger or Wahhabi
They provide free green tea while you wait.
Date of visit: April 2013
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