Interesting menu and very good service; unfortunately, the food did not live up to expectations. Ordered several different types of rolls, including the night's special, and miso soup. Miso soup was excellent-- generous portion size, hot, and flavorful. It went downhill from there-- the taste of each roll was indistinguishable, as they all involved some kind of sauce that detracted from the taste of the fish. Speaking of fish, there really wasn't much in each roll-- think mashed/ground fish mixed with mayo or spicy tuna sauce, rather than the slices of fresh, delicious, raw fish that are (in my opinion) the reason to eat sushi. These rolls reminded me of the type you might find at a Chinese buffet-- passable as an entree accompaniment, but in no way worthy to be the centerpiece of a meal. Finally, this is one of the most expensive sushi places in the Valley-- four rolls and two miso soups came to about $56, not including tip, and rolls included only 6 pieces instead of the standard 8. Would not return.