I wanted to try this place because I read some decent reviews. Upon first arrival, I peered through the windows and saw nobody. Took a seat at the sushi bar and was greeted nicely by the sushi chef. The waitresses were not all that pleasant. I ordered the sashimi appetizer, tofu with dried bonito flakes and scallions, a salmon skin roll, and grilled makerel. The fish was fresh and was served with julienned turnip and a perilla leaf, which is nice touch, as many restaurants opt out on that. The tofu, on the other hand, was not correct. They served this dish with firm tofu instead of the silky tofu. So, the texture was was mealy with the bonito flakes, eehh! For the salmon skin roll, I prefer not using smoked salmon as grilling it will give an overpowering flavor. The grilled makerel was slightly on the salty side, but overall was okay. If you want to talk about food, the menu items are obviously for American tastes. Later, I found out that the sushi chef was not even Japanese! And he talks a lot. If you want authentic, you should try Yoshi's.
Cons: Food, unpleasant waitresses