We've been eating about once a month in this restaurant, almost always ordering a sashimi platter during the lunch menu. It comes with miso soup. The default option comes with four sashimi, two tuna and two salmon; you pay one dollar extra for wild salmon, which is always better. In general, this is perhaps my favourite sushi restaurant in Vancouver, although there are many good ones. The one thing they REALLY need to improve is service. It is quite erratic and it all depends on whether the waiter or waitress see you. Nobody seems to be supervising the service, so it sometimes takes quite a long time to even get water served, and you may have to insist that you also want your miso soup. I've noticed that there is tremendous personnel turnaround, as we rarely get the same people serving. I understand that the competition is fierce, but besides a great kitchen, any restaurant also needs to make sure it offers great service. This is a tremendous part of the eating-out experience. Otherwise, the location is great and the place is pleasant enough. The best part about this restaurant is that its taste seems to have stayed steadily good since we first visited.
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