The sushi here is simple. There are not a lot of rolls on the menu, and they don't tend to use many sauces. The rolls they do have are good, the portions are ample, and the chefs are very friendly. Sit at the bar. The restaurant does tend to get slammed occasionally so you will get better service at the bar rather than a table. Also the restaurant is "no frills" so come to eat not to look at decor. Ask the chefs for their specials, All of them do something a little different and not on the menu, and don't forget your orange at the end of the meal.
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