First off, this place is huge. It is a big roomy place. There is a full bar, a huge dining area and of course a sushi bar. It is clean and the staff is quick, friendly and always asking if you need anything else. The food is on the upper side of what you normally would pay for sushi. But the taste and display of the food is wonderful. We tried the Louisiana roll and the Crazy roll. The second having more of a clearing effect than the first. The California roll does not look or taste like the imitation crap filling that most of the cheaper or smaller sushi bars serve. The flounder and salmon was fresh and tasted great. We left nothing and enjoyed all. I don't know if it was because of the size of this place or maybe the higher prices, but it seemed like we were in and out of there well within the 1 hour we have for lunch. This is in comparison to some of the other dining options in this same shopping center where you would have a wait to be seated. Red, Hot and Blue and Champs are both in this area, but these are often hard to get into without a wait at lunch time. I had read some of the reviews in the paper about this restaurant and they had made it sound like a singles techno bar scene. I didn't really get that vibe at lunch time, but I suppose that things could be different once the sun goes down.