We liked this sushi restaurant so much that we made a return visit. The tables along the window, which are low, with a foot well below are cute, but the rest of the decor is sort of bland 80's blond coffee shop decor. What sets this restaurant apart, though, is that the fish is wonderfully fresh and well prepared. The bento boxes are a bargain, tasty, filling, and nicely presented. The less than perfect elements were that the salad came drowned in the ginger dressing, with tired greens, there was a fly who kept dive bombing our table, and the somewhat indifferent service. The food made up for the downsides, but the overall rating is just a 4, whereas the sushi by itself merited a 5.
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