If you have a ""valid"" coupon, buyer beware. I used an ""Entertainment Book"" coupon with valid usage dates and they refused to honor the coupon because 1) we didn't tell them in advance 2) they are ""corporate"" (they have 2 restaurants in SD, so what does that have to do with their own decision to promote and advertise 2 for 1 coupons?). Aside from this, the food isn't that good anyways. My husband is Japanese and over the last 20 years I have had the best sushi in the world and the worst. I would say the sushi house is mediocre at best. If you want to fill-up and your on a budget and have a large family/kids, then you will be happy here-just don't bring a coupon or expect anything more then what you pay for.
Pros: Inexpensive sushi for those on a budget and with big families.
Cons: Don't honor their coupon commitments. Noisy environment. Sushi lovers not for you.