We were recommended to go there by staffs on snorkeling trip. Having been to many excellent Japanese restaurants in New York, Tokyo and Hong Kong, we didn't have very high expectation, but thought it should be decent, given all staffs said it was "amazing". The overall assessment is that it is a mediocre Japanese restaurant. We don't regret for going, but won't be keen to go back.
We ordered four different rolls. It feels like someone has tried rolls before, not quite sure how exactly they are made, but go ahead to make it anyway. It does look like rolls. Taste-wise has some spicy source and other ingredients which are not typically in rolls, but would appeal to general Americans. The rolls are also not tightly wrapped and the fillings would easily fall out. I won't say it is bad, but very average. Anyone who has been to a decent Japanese restaurant probably won't be impressed, more a take-away sushi place standard.
We went during the 5:30-6:30pm happy hour and sat at the bar, so all rolls were half-price. Four kinds of rolls and two non-alcoholic drinks came out around US$50. We were happy that we didn't pay full price for the rolls as they honestly don't worth US$100.
The staffs were very friendly and the services was fast and attentive. A pleasant experience on this front.
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