We went on a Saturday night around 8pm. It was not crowded as expected although there was a steady stream of deliveries and take out orders. We came for sushi although the menu is also typical Chinese/Thai fare - see their website. Servers were pleasant and quick to greet, seat, take our orders and refill our waters. The sushi - the first time I've had sushi not made by a Japanese speaking chef (he was speaking Spanish) - was quite tasty. Rolls were very flavorful and sashimi seemed fresh. Small rolls (one finger diameter instead of two) were a bit of a disappointment to me for the price, but the wife preferred their small size for her small mouth. Sashimi was sized like usual - stuff it in, hanging over the rice. A good first time sushi experience in Charlotte with prices a tiny bit high. We will go back but will likely try the other local places first. Atmosphere is 'casual' to 'take-out counter'; definitely not fine dining, but the food's good. Other sushi experiences in San Francisco, Seattle, Los Angeles, Detroit, Phoenix, Boston for comparison.
Pros: Not Crowded, fast service, tasty
Cons: Rolls a bit spare, ambience a little commercial, sushi prices a little high