Sushi is average and edible, but let's face it...one doesn't go to a joint called "Sushi Train" and expect the freshest, choicest sushi known to T-town. So do a reality check on yourself before making the drive out and you'll probably have a decent time...like we did.
My kids eat sushi rolls (no raw) and have been all over the country (yes, country) dining out, so getting them to any kind of "theme-y" restaurant is always a treat.
They enjoyed the novelty, the busy atmosphere, the noise, sights and sounds of a hustling, bustling restaurant. This isn't a quiet, intimate dining experience. Again, reality check.
You need to watch for "eyes are bigger than stomach" syndrome which tends to accompany "moving buffet" (ie. dim sum) type eateries. Also the "that looked better on the train" syndrome is common here as well.
Price was what we'd expect for a family of four. Crowds were huge on a Friday night, but we were seated in less than 10 minutes...very respectable for a family of four.
We even bought the girls some of their very cute, manga inspired teeshirts.
As with any theme restaurant, go for the aesthetics and experience, eat the familiar and you'll be relatively safe.
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