It is a bit pricey, but only slightly more than some other nice sushi restaurants, but Land & Water is better, so we think worth it. Having spent a number of years in Japan and very much enjoying the sushi there, we are well qualified to rate this particular food.
The sushi was good, so far the second best in SOCAL that we have had and the price is reasonable for the quality you get. We tend toward nigiri (sushi on a piece of rice, served as 2 pieces generally) so you get a good taste of the fish, shrimp, whatever it is, much more than in a role, where lower quality can be hidden among the many flavors, the nigiri is very good here.
I will say to stay away from the house "sauce" they put on, ask them to leave it off. It is actually watery and has a strong citrus flavor to it, which in our opinion, ruins the fish flavor. It is too strong to be considered complimentary to the fish flavor. Just ask it not be put on and you will be good to go.
If it is important to you, this restaurant buys only responsibly or sustainably farmed/caught products. This may explain some of the cost, but it may also explain the better quality that we experienced.
The one caveat of this is that certain products may not be available at certain times, so their menu is not set, it depends on what they can get that meets their standards.