College town restaurant, primarily sushi with a few pan Asian options. Pricey, so the kind of place you either take the date you're trying to impress, or ask your parental units to treat you when they come to visit. We went during Davidson Family Weekend, so there were 2 adults, 1 college student and 1 high schooler with us.
Our total, with tip, was just over $110. This was for 4 entrees, 1 alcoholic drink, 1 tea, and 1 appetizer. There was a $1 surcharge to get brown rice or fried rice instead of standard white rice (we were charged this on 3 of the entrees).
The edamame was good and not salty, which is rare to find. Cost $3.25
One of our party wanted chicken fried rice, which they accommodated for $8.50 even tho it was not on the menu.
My ginger sea bass was the most expensive at $21, but it did taste good. Two others ordered the walnut shrimp ( which could have used a few more shrimp) and the spicy seafood trio (which she raved about), both of which were $14 each.
Although it's supposed to be a sushi restaurant, we only ordered one California roll ($5.50) and no one seemed impressed by it.
It was not crowded at all despite being a Friday night, perhaps because we went early (?) -- about 5pm.
I could see myself going again, but not for sushi nor sashimi.