An attempt at Asian fusion (Japanese/Vietnamese) still in the experimental stage. Overall, sushi is acceptable but the rice is slightly off and the fish portions skimpy, although fresh. Spring rolls and mains also edible, but presentation needs help. Food choices are few, we're told the menu is "still developing."
A sterile restaurant environment is clean but startup fund planning forgot to include the inside decor piece. Serving staff are polite, clean, but leap around like gnomes attempting to provide something they currently cannot. Remaining owners/staff loiter in the small space seemingly without any specific duties to fulfill.
All said, the place has immense potential if the focus is on food. The trick will be to bring the quality & portion size (sushi fish) up to standards found in more urban settings. Should be an easier task on the island, considering the local fresh seafood availability.
I'll check it out again in a few months.
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