If you are just looking for a fun place to grab a few rolls with friends, then this restaurant is fine. It's lively, with a fairly young crowd. Most people seem to go for the all-you-can-eat option. We tried a few of the standard rolls to test the quality and were disappointed. I'd say it's a bit above salad bar sushi in the US.
To be fair, sushi is popular here, but if you are a serious fan, then you will generally be disappointed. Most of the Japanese restaurants offer all-you-can-eat. The salmon is usually farm-raised and OK, but most other choices aren't great. Be forewarned, they tend to put mangos in their California rolls and cream cheese with just about everything. You should feel free to request other options.
We've tried a number of places and have basically given up our once-a-week sushi habit and replaced it with pichana and caipirinhas -- much better option when in Brazil!
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