This was my first time visiting here. The place is very small and there is parking, but considering how many shops and restaurants are there, the parking is insufficient. We took the last spot in front of another restaurant a few doors down. We were seated immediately in what may have been the last or next to last available table. The place was very clean, dark, and very nicely decorated. The prices are fair. They specialize in sushi but also have red snapper, Mongolian beef, General Tso's chicken and other entrees for the non-sushi eater in your party. The service was very attentive, visiting often to check on us, but they got my order wrong. I asked for a house salad and got a miso soup. The waitress left the soup and brought out a salad. We also ordered the scallion pancakes appetizer, sushi & sashimi combo, and the birds nest with taro basket. Everything tasted pretty good. I would have liked a little less ginger dressing on my salad and a little less gravy on my taro basket.
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