Imagine all you can eat sushi for $11... now be realistic and think about what the quality would be like. While it's hard to dis a restaurant that can give you plate after plate of sushi for $11, I just don't think it's really that good.
The place is packed and the wait to get in (when they open at 11am) can be up to an hour. Once you're in, there is a large sushi bar towards the back of the joint with "sushi boats" trolling around it. You simply stake claim to a table and then go and grab as much fish as you can carry away from the boats. If there is something you want that is not on a boat, you can ask one of the chefs to make it for you. The quality though is sub par in terms of good sushi. Pieces that have been riding on the boats for some time (there is no way to tell) are a little warm and just don't have a fresh taste. Even the rolls that are made for you when you order seem a little old. Also, if you show up after there lunch rush it seems like the quality goes down even further as some fish must be left floating around the bar for a while.
Even at this price, I don't think I'll return.