To start, I have to give my server credit - the service was truly impeccable. He was on his A game all evening. The food was lacking, though. First, the water comes from a tap, and doesn't taste great. I got a $17 poinsettia roll and a $5 plain salmon roll. I liked the salmon roll a LOT more than the poinsettia, which is spicy tuna wrapped with tuna sashimi. The presentation is amazing, but the rolls are literally so big that I had to bite them in half, which is a huge pet peeve for me. The roe also tasted a little off - the kind of off-taste that leaves you thinking, "am I going to get food poisoning??" And I know this last part can't really be helped, but it still just did me in - a fruit fly flew into my soy sauce at the end and I didn't realize it until I had already dipped my roll into it. Blech. This wasn't the worst sushi I've ever had, but after the reviews, I thought it would have been better, and I left wholly disappointed. I won't be back.
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