It's cash only, so you know what that means :). It's not cheap, but it's not expensive, either. The upside is that the fish is fresh and you can BYOB... any kind of B, including wine, sake, hard liquor-- you name it, they'll open it. The downside is the wait, the decor, and the prices aren't as ""cheap"" as you would expect. A sushi platter ranges from $17 (for 7 peices) to $24 (for 10 peices plus a roll). The rolls are anywher7e between $7-12, and their fish is about $3-4.50 per peice. The uni and toro is the usual $7-8 per peice. Now, explain to me-- how is this ""cheap""? I would call it average-priced!
Pros: fresh fish, BYOB
Cons: not cheap, small, long wait