We went to Sakura specifically for the sushi. The sushi menu was extensive, and although the rolls were not the best I have tasted they were good, and you could see that they were fresh. Appetizers of the fried tofu (just ok) and shrimp roll (better). Priced were reasonable. There was a bit of a language barrier in describing the sushi, and I never got the tea I ordered. All-in-all a good meal (just not great).
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