The restaurant has great service, the staff is very prompt and helpful. We sat at the bar which was a nice experience, the chefs were very nice and seemed happy to be doing their job. I have ate at many sushi places across the country and this wasn't my favorite, but to be so far away from the ocean, the food tasted as good as it can be. The miso soup is very rich and the fried cheese roll was my favorite (its like a crab rangoon but creamier). The decor is a bit dark but has sort of an authentic feel to it. Overall the sushi part was good....but don't expect great.
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