Let me preface by saying I don't like to rip into an establishment for the sport of it. I had eaten here last year and had a pretty good meal, nothing spectacular, but it was fine. Ate there last week with friends and the meal was, sadly, spectacularly bad. Service help was very good, but the sushi chef looked bored and the quality of food showed. The rolls were all average. The individual sushi was almost all pretty horrid. A great test of a sushi place is the freshness of the uni. My uni arrived looking a brownish instead of the vibrant orange you usually see. And it tasted nearly putrid. And as any uni fan will tell you, that is an overpoweringly bad thing. I was too foolish to hope the second piece would be much better, but it, too, was dated, stale, really, really bad. The hamachi was average, not bad, but the smoked salmon was a joke, unless you like dry lox crammed on top of your rice. Same for the creamy scallop. It was awash in a sweetish sauce where you are nearly unable to even detect any scallop. It completely lacked that nice Kewpie/Garlic chile bite. Tasted like Miracle Whip. \r
I wanted to like it as much as a year ago, but the sushi was probably the worst I have had in Portland in a long, long time. Broadway is sure hurting for any good sushi bars, they are all pretty mediocre,. sadly.
Pros: Our visit was short
Cons: Many things tasted stale and/or unimaginative