My wife and I visited on a Saturday after taking in a movie, around 6p. The place is small, but wasn't too packed at this point. We decided to sit at the bar nonetheless, prefering to be close to the chefs and see the fish firsthand. Since it wasn't too busy, the staff were joking around, and we played along making the short wait for our food go by quickly.
We had the sushi combo, which included yellowtail, two types of tuna, a California roll, salmon, and shrimp. All the fish was fresh, and the pieces of good size. I also ordered herring, expecting something like the raw herring one can get all over in Holland. It was cooked, and disappointing. (Should have asked.)
Overall, though pricier than Get-a, another local sushi place, I'd say it was worth it.