I ordered sushi and my dining companion ordered a beef dish with rice & vegetables.
The sushi arrived and the wait staff said the other order would be right up. The food itself was very good, but for some reason my sushi roll arrived quite quickly, and we were starving so I waited a bit, then dug in. The beef entree arrived as I was just finishing up, so actually I ate first, then watched as he ate his selection. So, we didn't actually eat at the same time, which was a bit odd. The miso soup was delicious. Had I known there would be this time disconnect I might have ordered a little something extra. Suggest: hold the orders till everything is ready to go. We were not there at a busy, rushed hour. I wish they had seated the couples with the crying children in a separate section.
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