Went there for lunch, got chicken bento and some assorted sushi with miso soup. All food was pleasant, and pretty much standard when compared to the regular Japanese food joints. I wanted to order sashimi but after seeing how small and thin they are I decided to skip.
I was waiting for my order about 18 minutes, and other people were complaining about them taking at least half an hour to complete an order. So if you want to go there for a sort lunch, go else where.
While I was waiting I was able to see all their kitchen and cooking since it is an open kitchen concept. This is where I knew I would not be coming back again.
1. The whole staff in the kitchen looked like it was their first day in this restaurant. Cooks were reading "stickies" and notes with regulations in the kitchen. Line cooks were all very inexperienced, and took extremely long to put all the dishes together.
2. They have a conveyor system of preparation, where all of their cooks touch your dish before it is put together.
It seriously grossed me out.
Chicken, prawns, sushi, and the rest were all handled by different people with their bare hands numerous times. I was thinking about leaving at that point.
3. By the time all those cooks put the dish together it is already luke warm.
Bottom line: Regular Japanese food. Skinny sashimi. Very long service, and big gross factor on handling the food.