We were greeted by the strong odor of fish as the sushi counter is just inside the door. As we made our way to the table, the smell dissipated. Server was friendly and informative, but could have been a bit quicker since there were only a few customers. Conversation level was very loud (poor building acoustics?) and at a table for two we had trouble hearing each other without raising our voices. Mongolian Beef, was served on a sizzling platter and very good, but lacked any noodles and had too many mushrooms for my liking. Sukiyaki Chicken was served in a shallow stew pot and was very sweet. The noodles were most enjoyable, but overall not much flavor. Not good enough for a return trip for us.
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