Sometimes when I go to Sushi-Ten, I know what it feels like to eat at a New York deli-- abused and ignored by the waitstaff, but in for a great meal.
To be fair, they aren't rude to you on purpose, it's just that they only ever have one wait-person. Total. For the whole resturant. So if you want a refill on your water or your sake, tough. You should order the big one and get over being thirsty.
That being said, Sushi-Ten has ALL YOU CAN EAT, yes, ALL YOU CAN EAT sushi for $21.95 per person every day. And it's not crappy and fake like Todai or The Eating Factory. It's good, and you can have as much as you want. So come hungry and wearing pants with an elastic waistband because by the time you're done stuffing yourself with delish ahi tuna or snowcrab handrolls you won't want to have anything to do with the orange-vanilla ice cream they end your meal with.