Came here with three friends. All of us ordered the All You Can Eat dinner, which we then proceeded to share (since we had all paid for All You Can Eat). The "rules" for this option specify no sharing between diners eating from the regular menu and those at the same table eating All You Can Eat. That seems only fair. They also warn that if you do not finish what you order ("even a grain of rice") you will be charged the menu price for this item additionally. Part of the fun was trying to see how much we could order without exceeding our appetites. We actually under-ordered and then asked for more, which worked out fine. The other fun part was trying what my friends had ordered. We got to experience dishes we'd never tried before. The hot food was served first; then the sushi. This seemed a little out of order but probably greatly minimized the waiting time. Everything was freshly made and absolutely delicious. I eat sushi in Manhattan all the time and was tickled to find a place this good outside of the "big city". The service was very good and the place had a good vibe. I only wish I lived nearby! I would have enjoyed the food going by myself and ordering from the regular menu but really recommend the All You Can Eat option as a fun thing to do in a group.
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