Okay I have never heard of a kosher sushi place, but this is it. I am not jewish but have no problem with Kosher food, however this place was terrible. Cramped, tiny and crowded. The waitresses were terrible, not even bothering to ask us for our order for 15 minutes - and giving us an attitude for their incompetence. The place smelled like bad fish, and ended up leaving a bad taste in my mouth. If you are kosher I guess you won't mind the imitation crab in the california roll, but the quality was lacking. They did not carry any of the typical things I would expect from a sushi restaurant and I was very dissapointed. Avoid if you want to save yourself a disapointing experience.