Imagine a very authentic Japanese owned Japanese restaurant where the chef, sushi expert and waiter are all Latinos . . . two are brothers and all three have worked there for 21 years or more.
We have found the food to be excellent and generous. There are several full dinners priced at $25 that include miso soup, an excellent cucumber salad, a sushi appetizer and a large entrée such as katsu pork cutlets, a pork stir fry or a combination teriyaki chicken and vegetable tempura presentation. There are also some specialty dinners that go up to $38. Service is attentive, at least at this slow time of year. The atmosphere is fairly typical of a comparable restaurant in Japan . . . two booths in the front of the restaurant have a pretty good view of the bay and a wonderful sunset experience when daylight savings time is in effect. For sushi lovers the sushi bar is very pleasant and atmospheric. Be sure to go to the back of the restaurant to see the uniform/armor of a samurai before you leave--and, oh yes, decide whether to say sayonara or adios to the great staff!
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