My family chose this restaurant because it was quieter than many of the other sushi places around, and it had good reviews. The sushi was good, not great, though with seven people, we only ordered rolls and appetizers. I'd say that most of the rolls were fine, and a couple were just okay. But seven of us ate for 100 bucks, which is a great deal for sushi. Just don't go in with terrifically high expectations.
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