Whoever is writing the rave reviews for this place must work for this place or own it.
It's not that bad, but it's not that good. The sushi was somewhat passable and contains much more rice than other, better sushi places put on their pieces. There was hardly any fish in the rolls I got. The eel roll didn't even taste like eel should taste and it had cucumber to fill up a lot of space. The spicy salmon roll tasted like rice and spicy creole seasoning. I've had much better sushi from grocery stores. However, it is quite cheap.
Aside from the sushi I had the calamari appetizer, which was decent enough. The dipping sauce wasn't very good, though.
This place seems to always be dead. I hardly ever see any people here at all...and maybe that is because everyone is going to better places.
I wouldn't recommend this place and whoever says that this place is one of the best sushi joints in town is flat-out lying.
They should drastically change things if they want to survive. If they don't, I can see them going under very soon.
Pros: Cheap, not crowded
Cons: you get what you pay for