They were very friendly to us, as we had a rather spunky child with us, and although the seating is limited and cozy, it felt very inviting and accommodating. The sushi was excellent and being able to watch the sushi being made was fascinating. Reservations are recommended for weekends or at least call ahead, there isn't much space to wait, in warm weather that might not be an issue, but it can be rather strange standing waiting for a table while staring at the people eating very close to you.
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