Very good and varied sushi (but other dishes on the menu are cheaper if you don't go for the sushi and some regular Japanese type fare). The way you can order is great as you mark your selections on a piece of paper and just keep going -- and WE DID! All the variety of rolls we tried were either good or very good. I don't think they have a bad one on the menu. Varied items on the menu allows you to choose something everyone should appreciate. There were kids in the restaurant but as it is an open space, it was noisy, so a quiet dining experience, when we went on Saturday, and thought it would probably be crowded, i.e. people waiting to get in -- it wasn't and for the quality that was unexpected. It was full, just no one waiting to get in. So moderate pricing on regular menu items, sushi was about what good sushi runs in restaurants. Again, it was really good sushi and some rolls that were obviously specials that are just made in that restaurant.
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