Contrary to some previous reviews, I found the sushi at this restaurant to be excellent. I'm not sure if others were here during off times or there have been recent changes, but the salmon sushi (fresh Sockeye from the Cook Inlet) was the best sushi I've had anywhere aside from a few places in Japan. They also have some other fish (Halibut, Salmon Shark) which are unique and hard to find outside of Alaska, making this restaurant worth the try if you're a sushi fan. The rolls are not overly complex like at similarly priced restaurants in the lower 48, but the quality of the fish is phenomenal. All other aspects (view, service, drinks) were very good as well.
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