The service and decor is lacking at this Japanese restaurant, but the food quality and value makes up for it. The sushi list is long and the product mainly pristine. Raw fish is also used in lots of newfangled ways, including a fine tuna tartare with a tiny heap of black roe on top, and a salad of baby arugula and mizuna festooned with seared tuna crusted with black pepper. Many off-the-wall maki rolls are offered as well.
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