I decided to try Meeka after reading the reviews here. We recently moved, and Meeka is quite a bit closer to us than the restaurant we used to frequent. We had a party of three on a Thursday night. Meeka has a nice layout and a decent amount of seating for its size. The restaurant was empty, with only two or three couples that were dining simultaneously throughout our meal. Of course, we were seated promptly, and our drinks were out quickly. We ordered tempura and a crab appetizer prior to placing our dinner order (both were very good, though the portions were a bit small). The appetizers soon vanished, and the sushi didn't arrive as promptly as we would have liked; though we did have one cooked roll that may have accounted for the drag, it would have been nice if they'd served our appetizers a bit closer to sushi time. We ordered three rolls, and all were very good, though average rather than exceptional. The big turn-off for us was the waitstaff. Though friendly, we were stared at for the entire duration of our meal. One waitress stood about 10 feet from us, and she seemed to blink only a handful of times. It was, for lack of a better word, weird. The awful pop music playing also put a damper on things. Overall, the sushi was pretty good -- but we still would prefer to take the longer drive to our usual sushi restaurant.
Pros: Pricing, decent sushi, parking, attractive and clean interior.
Cons: Music was louder than necessary. Waitstaff seemed bored, and stared at us all through our meal.