Cherin Sushi is so good I almost hate to review it, in fear that diners will come in droves, and make getting a table difficult. Still, it's so good -- quality, variety, price -- that it deserves to have its praises sung. The fish is the freshest you'll find in NY, of extremely high quality, and at prices you'll be amazed by. The owners insist on the best quality, and would rather run out of a particular fish on a given night than buy lesser quality just to have lots on hand. The Cherin salad (seaweed, mushrooms, and cucumber) begins the meal with a refreshing combination of flavors and textures that primes the palate for the fish to come. Regardless of the rolls and individual sushi choices one makes, you can be sure you'll get your money's worth. The fresh (NOT imitation) chopped crab that is the base for many of the rolls adds a unique signature to the rolls. The Olivia roll is a ""must have"" (shredded shrimp on top of sliced basic rice rolls, and then toasted). It's one of their more innovative rolls. I have too many ""favorites"" to name them all, but try the Cherin roll (eel & avocado on top of the crabmeat mix), the Joe roll, and -- well, just about any one that grabs your fancy. You won't be sorry.
Pros: Quality, taste, price, service
Cons: Sometimes the groups that ""Bring their own"" linger too long, and too loudly.