We were looking for some quick sushi takeout near our house, and ordered their basic combo. This consisted of 5 rolls, four of which were California-roll based (i.e. fish of some kind draped over a very mayonaisy California roll). The other one was a frankly bizarre roll with fish in a mayonnaise sauce, nuts, and mango (sushi meets tsimmis?). Three of the five rolls were drizzled with a mayonnaise based sauce kind of like thousand-island dressing. (Yes, there's a theme here--I don't know why kosher sushi=mayonnaise.) The actual fish was ok, but the whole meal was made unpalatable by all the mayonnaise. We should have run, not walked, away when the waitress asked if we wanted wasabi and ginger with our sushi. I'm surprised at the other good reviews. I have to assume that either the non-combo entrees are *much* better, or the writers don't eat in non-kosher restaurants and so have limited experience of sushi places. Based on our experience, I'd say the only reason to eat here is if your religious practices prohibit you from going someplace else.
Cons: weird food, laced with mayonnaise