We have both fish and non-fish eaters in our family, and this restaurant delighted both camps. The nigiri was tasty and fresh (per the raw fish eaters), presentation was meticulous and pleasing to the eye. The fish tempura had a light crusty and the fish itself was flaky and delicate; there were 5 or 6 generous pieces of fish, paired with a savory salt and an a small bowl of ginger-tinged tempura sauce. The tempura fish handroll came with not only tempura fish but a layer of spicy tuna. The non-fish eaters loved their teriyaki chicken, spooning the sweet and savory sauce pooling at the bottom of the plate, onto a mound of white rice. The only mild disappointment was the California roll, which was a bit bland, but we are realizing that we are spoiled by very aromatic avo in California, which is hard to beat. Service was attentive, waitress was sensitive to food allergies, and prices are not much different than other restaurants in the area. Don't miss this place!
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