Okay I get it you are a more upscale restaurant. The food was good, albeit portions were a bit on the small side. Sushi was fresh, service was spot on. However given the location, Gillette Stadium, and the customer base decked out in their sports memorabilia, I feel the prices should be a bit lower accordingly. For almost $30 the salmon should be a bit larger or at least serve it with something besides an ounce or two of stir-fried veggies, it isn't like it is a la carte. Also the price of childrens' meals was outrageous, $9 for spaghetti with a gross alfredo sauce, served in a tiny portion not big enough for a 5 year old. I would maybe give the one in Boston a try for a date night, but for what it is, where it is, it was over-priced and underwhelming.