This place is really a hidden gem. The location is nothing special, the decor looks like an average cafeteria, and you wouldn't think the restaurant would have great, artfully prepared sushi, but it does. Much better than Thai Nine in my opinion. Only drawback is that creating the artful sushi takes time. We have been there when we were literally the only patrons in the restaurant and it took about an hour to get the food to the table, although we were served appetizers and soup during the time preceding. The food was worth the wait but be careful not to stop in if you have to rush off to another event as we kind of had to eat and run. We'd definitely go back though, when we had more time. Our food was beautiful as well as tasty!
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