I went for dinner on a slow night. There was no one at the entrance to seat me. I ordered a sunomono salad with octopus which was basically octopus and noodles swimming in vinegar, I didn't like it. Then I ordered the sushi and sashimi combination for one, which was a risky choice, as the waitress did not know any information about it, like quantity or what usually comes in it. Good points are: fish was fresh and it was more than enough for one (Alaska King Crab California roll, 4 sushi, 8 sashimi, 6 tekamaki). Bad points: presentation was pretty bad (hey sushiman, a combination plate is your time to show off!), the roll pieces are extremely big (girls, never order this on a date), sashimi was just big bricks of fish. Waitress would disappear from time to time.
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