This is an excellent restaurant with some of the best sushi you're going to find. Only losers don't like this place. It has a nice small feel to it & doesn't take part in the wannabe LA ""look at me"" type of dining that is so prevalent in this town's ""top"" sushi restaurants. I recommend the spicy tuna with the crunchy rice, any of the sashimi and top it off with the tempura ice cream. Sit at the bar & enjoy sushi prepared by REAL JAPANESE sushi chefs (surprise! I'll bet you didn't think they were still around!).
Pros: Best sushi in the valley
Cons: Parking and the horrible business hours of the restaurant (closed during prime lunch time on weekends???)