Also known as Sushi Train, the restaurant had a wider variety of sushi than I expected and a few cooked item too. Each dish is reasonably priced with two pieces of tuna sushi in the $6 range. Edamame I think was $3.50. Plates are color coded so you know how much each plate costs. Shrimp balls were really good. It seems popular for families even though the restaurant was very small. The sushi train was generally refilled with new dishes pretty quick.
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