At-a-glance: If you're in the area - it's a must-visit for sushi lovers. Can be a little tricky to find. Worth the effort.
Service: Friendly staff with fast service. As avid sushi fans, we needed little help but were pleased to watch the staff help a gentleman expose his son to sushi with patience and humor. Our waitress got excited watching us take some snapshots of the food.
Atmosphere: We found the atmosphere to be quite cute - as if you stepped into a little sushi stall. However, the place is small inside, there were only 3 seating options, a round table for 6/7, a table for 4, and a table for 2. That's it - so if you have a large party, you may want to order out here. It can feel a little cramped but once you taste the food, it really doesn't matter anymore.
Food: Excellent. I may not have the most refined palate in the world, but everything we ate was delicious. The fish was just as it should be and the combination of ingredients in their special rolls was surprisingly delectable. My favorite was the French Kiss roll. If I'm in the area again, this will be my first stop.