Let me begin by saying that I am not hating on Yu and Mi one bit. This place is what it is, people enjoy it, so good for them. I'm just being 100% honest. I'm actually glad that it is around because all it makes all the good sushi places in town less crowded and hence easier to get a table.\r
To anyone who says this place has ""The Best Sushi Ever,"" it is painfully evident that you don't know sushi from Starkist Canned Tuna. I mean...really. The fact that this place can take a lackluster spicy tuna roll, cover the top with some crunchy green paste, tack on a $15 pricetag and call it ""Spicy Tuna #2"" is just outrageous to me. Not just that, but if you have any allergies to dairy, I would steer clear. Pretty much every roll has is served swimming in a cream sauce of some sort and after awhile its just like, enough already with the damn sauces! In addition, if you ever sit at the bar don't miss the signs that are posted saying that they use imitation crab in all of their rolls. IMITATION CRAB? Are you joking? What is this, the sushi counter at Vons? Gimme a break. If you're looking for dishes swimming in creamy sauces to mask the poor quality of the actual fish, this is the perfect place to go. However, if you are looking for a genuine sushi experience with fish that is fresh, I would suggest going elsewhere.
Pros: The Fact That This Place Exists Frees Up Space at REAL Sushi Bars