This is a wonderful tucked away gem of a place in Chinatown that has garnered 5-star reviews. So I was so excited to sample a super fresh premium sashimi donburi. You have 3 choices of grades of Maguro (ahi or tuna) - regular Maguro for $8.95, Chu-Toro (fatty tuna) for $10.95 and then their O-Toro (super fatty tuna) for $14.95. I decided to splurge and go for the O-Toro. Now O-Toro is not the rich red ahi that you normally see, but much paler - but it is suppose to melt like butter in your mouth. Wrong. The batch I received was not good. It was a bit stringy and in fact, one of the slices was so darn tough and stringy, I could not even eat it or chew it. My bad, I should have checked out what the fish looked like before I ordered - and if I had seen how stringy their o-toro was, I would have not ordered it. If I had stuck with their Maguro or Chu-Toro, I'm sure I would have been singing their praises like everyone else. So why 4 stars and not 1 star? The bed of sushi rice they put the fish on was perfectly seasoned with vinegar and salt and temperature of the rice was good. The person who took my order was super nice. The tamago garnish was delish. And the wasabi was fresh. The only bad thing was the fish - but I don't think that this is their norm - and I just think that at their price point, they should maybe stay away from trying to serve this high level of fatty tuna and just stick with the Maguro or Chu-toro. So my advise - yes - go! But don't order the O-Toro Maguro donburi at $14.25! Stick with either the Maguro or the chu-toro.