I will echo the person who recommended the sampler plate, particularly for diners new to raw fish, as I was. Really, I was skeptical about the food, since I barely eat sushi. As I discovered, this is a whole other ballgame. The joy of raw food is as much the intensity of the accompanying flavors (lime jalapeno or a simple amazing slice of the freshest peach) as the ""clean"" taste of the various fish, which are nicely varied, with species like Hawaiian tuna I'd never tried or known existed. I will also caution, yet praise, the chowder. My friend and I shared three plates (yes, the portions are restrained, but again, the flavors slow done any tendency to wolf down your meal), then ended with the chowder. This dish is over the top RICH, sort of the antithesis of the rest of the menu, so sparing in oil or fat. But the cream and butter kick in. The beige color is unexpected and totally beautiful. The select morsels of fish are perfect, despite varying cooking times. By itself, the chowder (and maybe a shared sample platter), with a glass of Reisling, is a great meal.
Pros: The popular Tunnel Bar next door makes a mean mojito
Cons: We sat at one of the two counters downstairs. By the end of the meal it was full and a bit cramped.