My husband and I were visiting from San Francisco and after a week of gorging on lumberjack sized breakfasts and deep fried seafood platters, we were craving a light dinner of fresh sushi. Our hotel recommended the restaurant and we are glad we tried it out. We sat at the sushi bar and the sushi chef was quick and nice. We tried a couple of rolls that were decent, but what really stood out was the sashimi, nigiri and battle ship sushi ... everything was sooo fresh and tasty (and we loved the uni). We also liked the fresh raw oysters on half-shell ... which was the first time we had raw oysters w/ sushi but the combination was good. The decor was cute and traditional, and a nice change from the typical trendy Cal. sushi restaurant w/ DJ.
Pros: Fresh Fish, Reasonably Priced, Good service
Cons: No beer on draft