We've lived in Parker for 14 years and have never been to this restaurant. Our neighbors keep telling us how much they love the sushi, so we decided to try it out. The menu is a little confusing because it seems part sushi bar, part tapas bar and part upper end asian fusion. The sushi rolls didn't have much in the way of description and our waiter was only on his third day so couldn't make many recommendations, so we just got a Junz roll. It was pretty much like any california roll I've had. So, clearly we missed out on the fabulous sushi at the restaurant. On the flip side, we got a few small plates and an entree and they were very good. The only small plate that was off was the seafood dynamite. Again, not much of a description, so, silly me, thinking I'm in an Asian restaurant thought it would be like seafood dynamite I've had elsewhere (in other words, spicy, probably with some kind of syracha-based sauce). It was more like an Italian seafood bake. Tomato based with a lot of cheese. It wasn't bad, just not what I'd expected at all. The small plate scallops and black sea bass were divine! Highly recommend them. My husband had the Teriyaki steak and it was quite good too. I think next time we'll have to go with our neighbors so they can tell us what the good sushi is to try. Service was good (even the new guy) and the food came out quite fast (faster than we saw sushi coming out so maybe it was better that we didn't order sushi). It is a bit pricey for Parker, but I wouldn't call it overpriced for the quality of food. The seafood tasted very fresh and the steak was definitely a good quality cut (although I am not sure what it was because, again, the menu didn't say). My only complaint is the lack of description of the food, especially for dishes that have something that sounds like a common dish (seafood dynamite) that is a different take. We'll definitely try again.
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