I have eaten at Sushi Sushi three times now and have not been disappointed. Each time I sat at the sushi bar. After the waitress greats you I received a small salad topped with a light ginger dressing, a bowl of edamame, a cup of miso and a warm towel for your hands. I love the latter for it is proper in many respects and because of this tradition, I have given it four stars instead of three. A menu is already present at the bar along with a pencil and you simply write your order, whether it be a speciality roll or individual cut of sushi. I always start with hajiki - simply prepared and certainly good. Forgive me for not remembering the name of the roll I once ordered, but it contained spicy tuna and spicy mayo. It was fantastic and beautifully presented. I thoroughly enjoyed that roll. Shame on me for not remembering; it was a man's name I believe. My octopus was delivered, and while I enjoyed it, I will admit I have had better. Then again, look how far it has traveled. No points off for the octopus and will order again. Sitting at the sushi bar one does get to view their selection of raw edibles. I would not hesitate to eat any of their dishes. I imagine each one is delicious. I look forward to eating there again. While I gave the restaurant points for delivering a warm towel, I take away points for using salmon that is not local - even during the salmon season. While I imagine it is a necessity, I would pay extra to ensure the salmon I am consuming is local and fresh. There is nothing like the taste of Alaska Sockeye salmon. Then again, unless you have had a lot of Alaskan salmon, you won't really know the difference and their imports are not bad. Overall, I find their service was impeccible every time, their food making you want for more, and their prices 110% fair.