The sushi was fantastic. The place is ok sizel but clean and the decor is simple. Some items are quite cheap and in huge portion. However, it's quantity not quality. So, don't have high expectations of the rolls, sushi and sashimi. It's Korean-owned , service can be little to nonexistent because of the rush so best thing to do is order a whole lot all at once or come at non-rush hour(30 minutes after they open or before they close). The food has evolved a bit over time and the rolls have gotten a little smaller but that isn't such a bad thing. They are still huge. during rush hour, expect to wait at least 15 to 30 minutes, I don't mind the wait times or the crowd - it is all part of the sushi garden experience.
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