We eat sushi at least once a week, in our hometown. It was fun to see the different rolls made here, and we liked the sauce on the scallop entree, but we weren't wowed by the sushi. I see some people like the thickly sliced sushi rolls, but I prefer thinner cuts because they are easier to eat. It is hard to get roll tightly enough to get a roll to hold for that though. We didn't eat at any of the other restaurants on the street, so I can't offer a comparison. Our server was efficient and friendly.
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