""I had just recently dined at Sushi-Jin and I would like too say that I was pleasantly surprised. My meal started off with a personal inquisition as too whether they had maguro-natto (please note that maguro natto is not something too start off a sushi meal with) or not. Surprisingly, despite all their American-oriented fare, it was nice too know that they offered something of traditional Japanese cuisine, despite the item being off menu. Next I went off with some white fish, the hirame and madai. Both were exquisite in terms of flavour. The momiji-oroshi that topped the madai complemented the fish well, as did the hint of ponzu atop the hirame. Following the white fish I ordered the maguro and hamachi. The maguro was soft and had a sort of melt in your mouth texture too it. The colour, however, was of something just past it's peak, but still edible and presentable nonetheless. The hamachi was typical, but not of poor quality. I ordered a few more pieces of sushi before finishing my meal with an order of tamago. To me, it was served as a temaki, wrapped in a sheet of nori with a little bit of rice within. The nori was of good quality, provided a nice crunch as I bit into it. The tamago however was a bit sweet. Just a little too sweet for my taste, but I would suppose it suiting too their typical clientele. All in all I rate Sushi-Jin a four. Their sushi is typical, but the price is rather reasonable for it's quality. A deal even. Other Sushi-Ya around Houston should raise their standards too either meet those of Sushi-Jin or surpass it. Otherwise, there's really not much competition. On a final note, I will probably revisit Sushi-Jin someday as they are a bit above some other local spots around town.""