We did not have sashimi or sushi, which were obviously quite popular--although other reviewers have been unimpressed with quality and/or price (see reviews). We had (1) Pad Thai, which had a delicious sauce, but the noodles were not as crunchy as I would have liked; (2) vegetable tempura, which had very crispy coating but were almost tasteless; (2) jumbo shrimp tempura, which were very good but not traditional tempura (crust was sweeter and wetter). All in all, it was good food at the upper level of expected cost for the quality--but quantity was huge!
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