If you eat a lot of sushi, Shimo is the place for you. The food is of above average quality (very good, but not great), but the prices are the lowest in town (except for Yum Yum). When I got the check the first time, I thought there was a mistake. But those are their prices everyday. The food is well above average, so I know I will get a good meal every time. The service can be a little slow at times, with no follow up after the first order, but once you see the turnover, you'll know why. With this type of busy crowd, you know the fish is fresh. However, admittedly, once or twice when I've gone, the fish was not fresh.