We went to the Aloha at the behest of our nephew. He is partial to sushi and sashimi. We did not know what to expect, but we went away very satisfied and thankful for the new taste experience. Our server and chef, Cameron, was really fun to work with and watch as he crafted our dinners in front of us, Our nephew recommended that we have plum sake with the dinner. That was a taste treat! Everyone enjoyed the items they selected from the menu, but then Cameron made a special roll for us that was off-menu, It was superb, and probably the best thing that any of us had that evening. For sushi, the prices are reasonable. I'm sure we paid a bit more for the "surprise" dish, but what a TREAT! Highly recommended whether you are into sushi, or would like to have a culinary "adventure!"