Trip one: lunch. Music was too loud for guest -- bad 80s pop music, blaring. After a couple of hints to management and trying to find a seat which was quiet in the restaurant at lunch, we left without ordering. Okay: that's primarily us.
Trip two: lunch. Ordered two lunch specials. Sushi was not good. I've been to a lot of sushi places, and the chef's sushi choice tasted like grocery store sushi. Nigiri choices included crab meat and shrimp along with what should be some good tuna / whitefish but was not good quality. I'm sure their overwhelming number of other choices on the menu [kind of dizzying array] contain good selections, but I'm suspicious: if they can't do a basic lunch special right, how can I trust them with a more complicated thing.
Argument at the other table with server was how the customers there were being
charged a higher price than the menu price because tuna prices had increased since the menu was printed. WHAT? Folks should not have to negotiate to be charged menu price for what they order.
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