The food at this little strip mall restaurant is consistently good and they have an extensive menu with a wide variety of rolls to choose from as well as teriyaki options, if sushi's not your thing. Their sushi is fresh and the rolls are well made -- no more than two bites per slice and rolled tightly so they don't fall apart when you pick them up. Their kani salad is a really good starter, even if their crab is actually "krab." If you're not sure you'll like a horseradish flavor to your dressing, request it on the side. I did and then asked for the shrimp sauce for it instead. The salad is so good anyway that it doesn't need much on it, if anything at all. The orange roll I had was a bright twist on a California roll that they topped with salmon, tiny lemon slices, and chili sauce.
Portions are appropriate for lunch. I had the kani salad and one roll, ate it all and walked out full. Service is friendly and attentive but it is a little pricier than some other places for lunch. I had the salad and the orange roll and it came to around $22 after my tip -- a little more than I usually spend on myself for lunch. (I'm sure they had specials; I just didn't notice them.) It may be a little more than you want to spend for lunch, but when you're eating raw fish, "Bubba's Drive-thru Sushi Bar and Bait Shop" isn't exactly the best idea.
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