As other reviewers advised, it's a good idea to reserve a table. I would recommend reserving in the main dining room, which has a much more character than the back room. I would also focus on sushi, not cooked dishes (although our starters of fried octopus balls and chicken skewers were both tasty). My friend and I both ordered a sampler platter, which we really enjoyed. The waitstaff was helpful. The majority of the customers were Japanese and the menu wasn't focused on western tastes, so just be prepared to go with the flow and enjoy the fresh fish!
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