To be very honest, the food was just okay. However I found the dining counter to be very sticky. One cup of tea was given and no refill was offered. I sat down at the counter with my 2 year old daughter and my wife. I noticed the high chair was sticky also and very rickety, imagine what numerous missing screws makes it feel like it would collapse will a bigger child. It all went down hill from there. The Very first sushi plate off the floating boats was a basic California Roll, except for the eyelash my wife noticed on it, it might have tasted okay. I gave it back to one of the three sushi chefs. That's when I noticed the oldest ""chef"" look over at the other younger chef and the 'stink eye"" came out. It was no more than a minute that the Stink Eye Chef saw I had a Starbucks Ice Coffee cup. We just came from Starbucks around the corner of the Mijouri Restaurant. He loudly pointed at me and said in a very nasty voice, You can't have that here! I said no problem I'm not drinking it, it will stay where it is on the counter. He very loudly said I had to remove it from from his presence. I took it back to our car and sat for at least 5 minutes to calm down. After I returned and sat down I knew my appetite was gone and ate three plates of 3 to 2 piece sushi. Not wanting to cause any more of a scene I drank my little tea cup and waited for the waitress to refill it. Maybe because we were so close to the cash register side the ten plus times the teapot went past us it would have cause a traffic jam if our tea was refilled. Bottom line we were ridiculed in front of the other patrons and felt very unwelcome. My wife and I spent $10 for sushi and even left (should have been a penny) $1 tip. Really, how may times would you go to a sushi place and spend only $10? We will never go back there to eat. We will tell all we meet of our dining experience at Mijouri Sushi Bune Restaurant in San Bruno, Calif. By the way not once did I raise my voice. Avoid and enjoy.
Pros: Close by
Cons: The older Sushi Chef needs to learn MANNERS