The ambience is really nice. Nice, friendly service. The Tapanyaki is a little too oily if you compare it to Benihana. The fried rice is a little chewy and lacks flavor. The sauces on the side are great-- especially the creamy, ginger sauce.
The sushi is good, and seemed fresh, but when your name has sushi in it, it should be one of the best. Since we were repeat customers, we received tempura ice cream free-- nice dish.
I would come back again, but maybe ask them to cut back on the oil.
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