I think the best way for me to put it is like this: If you're a fan of authentic Japanese sushi, you will be disappointed. If you're going for a party and some Japanese-like food, give it a go.
The staff were tops and so was the enthusiastic sushi chef but as a fan of sushi, I was underwhelmed. To begin, there were only two types of fish available: Salmon or Tuna (+ prawn). This makes for a pretty boring selection of either nigiri or sashimi. The chef explained that it all depends on what he can get his hands on. I appreciate the emphasis on freshness but I have never had just a selection of two pretty standard fish.
The rolls looked creative with tons of mayonnaise and all sorts of sauces but we all know this is for the sushi amateur and good sushi should come with just a little rice with the fish speaking for itself. The clientele seemed like groups of parties and it was noisy. We opted for the sushi counter to see the sushi being made and for a bit of quiet.
Sushi we had (tuna and salmon) were well constructed but too much rice (chef admitted that they otherwise look too small and people don't feel they've gotten value) and tasted fine and we even had more but it was a bit boring.
Overall, average but wouldn't return.