There are not too many quality sushi places in this part of town, this is one of them. The host was friendly however the waitress was shy and nowhere to be found on the quiet evening I went. This was unfortunate for the proprietor since I probably would have ordered more rolls. They have some interesting specialty ones, including one called Rock-N-Roll, which was super spicy tuna with cucumber and red pepper. Also pretty good was the California with king crab. Tuna, yellow tail and salmon were fresh. Usually I don't see squid sushi around and now I know why (very pasty and tough), but adventure sometimes has its price. The bill was reasonable however and I ate well.