Went for to Atami for a late lunch. Several friends have recommended it. After a selecting a couple of rolls for lunch, we enjoyed the ones we ordered. The service was friendly, and we were given an order of Edemame as a complimentary appetizer. A nice touch. At the end of the meal, they bring a small plate of pineapple chunks also.
The menus were worn out, and beat up to the point of some selections were difficult to read. The pages between my menu and my wife's were in a different order, so making a joint selection from an unfamiliar menu was confusing. Their rolls are made with imitation crab meat, which is always an indicator of lower quality fish in our experience. We sat at the Sushi Bar to eat. We like to do this on a first visit to a Sushi restaurant, because you can see both the quality of the fish, and the preparation techniques.
Tuna is always a good indicator because it is easy to se the difference between high quality tuna, and lower grades. Atami wasn't the highest grade so fish.
So, it was well prepared, and decent meal for the price. They could be better.