My stepson and wife wanted to go here for his birthday since their two year old likes sushi and would not be a distraction amidst what they described as the family friendly atmosphere. The place is supposedly a very authentic Japanese tavern/sushi house with a series of rough hewn booths and tables for seating and concrete floors. Their is other décor consisting of prints and wall hangings and the staff are in some form of Japanese kimono inspired tops with matching caps. The kitchen is on view and maybe that is a bad idea. The place is very busy with many non English speaking guests and staff that is barely literate in English. Selecting from the extensive six page menu with pictures is somewhat challenging and forget asking about the dishes. Our party ended up over two hours ordering eleven items and two pitchers of a "country style" Saki. We ate everything which came out at an unintelligible pace and those who like sushi said it was very good including the two year old. I had sea salt grilled salmon with was a small serving for the price but tasty and some tempura spring vegetables and I tried the pork, noodles, vegetables served in a broth with was tasty but loaded with salt. On balance the chaotic service, noise, and heavy salt moved this from very good to average and I do not think I shall return.
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