For the sushi virgin's, this is the place to go. I honestly hated sushi, and was stubborn to try it. Every time I went there, I would always order non-sushi food, like terriyaki beef or something. But one time a friend got me to go and suggested to me to try the sushi. I wanted to be safe and decided to order the all you can eat sushi and a order of terriyaki beef. Needless to say, the waitress looked at me like ""WTF?"". It seemed ridiculous to order food when I already had an all you can eat. So I canceled the beef. Now most of the sushi is for sushi virgins, safe foods, like fried stuff and basic fish and even egg and tofu. I was scared that I would get eel or like some mega exotic fish that no American could pronounce. But they have basic sushi that everyone can love, especially if you hate fish.
Pros: Sushi Virgin's paradise
Cons: Lots of rice, always wet floor on the bathroom