I've read a few posts about surprise orders and the quality of the sushi. First off, I'd typically agree with this as I've had few bad experiences. However, sushi isn't like pizza in that if it's bad once, you'll give that place another shot. After deciding to grab a quick sushi roll for lunch, I went to visit Andy. Something that has gotten increasingly old to me is Andy's infatuation with putting mango and basil on everything I order. This is something that's nice the first time but, after that, I really just want what I ordered. And the aforementioned lunch was not one that I got what I ordered. I ordered a single spicy tuna roll hoping to get out of Wholley's having only spent $10 and without eating much as I planned to get soup too. Well, after ordering a single sushi roll, I was presented with a container of 18 pieces of sushi and a $20 tab. Whatever, I love sushi, I'll deal with it. However, the tuna was beyond dry, the basil and mango was overpowering, and the pickled ginger was nearly brown (instead of the customary pink you would expect). I ate 4 pieces of the monstrous serving of sushi I was given and threw the rest away. So, as I said earlier, I have enjoyed meals from Andy in the past. However, one bad sushi experience can definitely test one's patronage to a particular sushi bar.