I have done takeout here before and it was ok. The Chicken and Broccoli was bland but pretty good. The shrimp rolls are tasty, the pork rolls not so much. Miso soup is average but had better in North Port. This trip we ate in. If you are a take out joint don't put any table up for people to eat in. If you offer tables then offer the service. Don't make the people go to the counter and eat with plastic spoons and forks. Again the chinese was pretty good and in addition we ordered several sushi rolls. Also pretty good. Rolls much smaller than at Kumo down the block but I would say iAsia is better tasting. Service is non existent and the plastic utensils got to go for sit in. If you want to step up to the next level, then do so with very little effort as you could put a hurting on Kumo's business as your rolls are more tasty. If not then remove the tables or don't offer dining services.