The service here can be annoying as I have had to argue on more than one occasion to use the booth with a friend while the place has been dead lunch time mid week. We have always been happy to move if more people come but during the week they never seem to :/ forgetting that, this place has a lot more Japanese customers which is always a good sign. The Japanese music on play (as opposed to hip hop or jack Johnson in every sushi train I go to) also makes it feel like a proper Kaiten-zushi. The sushi bests all the other places on the coast I've eaten at so far!
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