The sushi was reasonably priced (~$5-13 per good sized roll) and the service was good. The decor was also nice. But overall, there wasn't anything that made this place any more memorable than the other little sushi restaurants around Beverly Hills. The rolls had cute names (e.g. playboy), but they weren't especially inventive. I was so unimpressed by my albacore and garlic roll that I didn't finish it. The playboy roll was good, but again, nothing I can't get almost anywhere. No real complaints, just no real compliments either.