My husband and I, admittedley are not sushi experts by any stretch of the imagination, however, as we have lived in this city for several years now, we have had the pleasure of experiencing Philly's many fine sushi establishments. Attracted by the idea of ""all you can eat sushi,"" my husband and I decided to venture to Aoi Sushi to fulfill a Sat. night sushi craving. One cannot argue that $20 for ""all you can eat sushi"" is a bad bargain, however, after my husband took his first bite of his salmon sushi, he was overcome with dry heaves, no joke. The sushi took on an almost-radioactive pink olor, while the quality was less than subpar. Any novice could tell this sushi was not top quality by any means. We were completely dissapointed. In short, we were forced to dump leftover sushi in my purse, rather than pay the amount for not finishing our ""all you can eat sushi."" It was that bad. In a city with so many quality choices, we would suggest choosing ANY alternative restaurant. If you have taken the time to read this review, consider yourselves warned.
Pros: Quick service and all you can eat
Cons: less than quality fish and dry heaves