After a second visit and having tasted more dishes, I can share my satisfaction. It's crowded but we were seated relatively quickly. Once seated, service was fine. To be safe, go on a weekday night or very early or late on a weekend.
It's noisy from the crowd, but like many other such restaurants you adjust to that when you are served.
The seafood rolls, Baja California Roll, Fire Cracker Roll, and tempura dishes were terrific. The grilled oysters were yummy. The miso soup was good. The variety of sushi was great.
I especially appreciated being told if certain dishes were spicy or very spicy while ordering.
There appeared to be many regular customers as many people around us seemed to order without looking at a menu.
N.B., I realize many long time customers who used to love it don't love it anymore since the location moved across the street. Portions size and pricing are the reasons. I don't have that historical perspective. To me, it's worth visiting. But the owners ought to listen to their long time customers. Losing word-of-mouth advertising hurts business.
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