My wife and I tried the all you can eat dinner a few weeks ago. It was around $21 per person. The ayce menu is not really that extensive and I would have rathered driven to Shabusen in Vancouver, but oh well. At least it was better than Sui Sha Ya in Coquitlam.
The restaurant used to be either a greek or italian restaurant, as I don't remember seeing very many Michaelangelo's "Creation" in other Japanese restaurants. ;-) The restaurant is very clean and actually quite romantic.
Now on the most important part - the food. I thought the rice for the Cali rolls, and nigiri sushi were a bit on the hard side, but the fish appeared to be very fresh. Sashimi was limited to 8?? pieces per person, didn't really matter as neither my wife or I really like it that much. We did order 6 salmon sashimi, and when it came out the fish was sliced so thin, you could actually read a book through it. I thought was kinda cheap. Everything else, like the tempura, teriyaki, chicken kaarage came out nice and hot. Like I said early, the selection is not great here, but what food they served was decent.
Service was good too, didn't really have to flag the personnel down too much, for refills of water, ordering more food, etc, like other ayce restaurants. They actually brought everything that I had ordered. Plates are on the small side, but you can just order more if you want.
My only pet peeve about this place is that kids 2 and OVER eat for $14.95, but under 2 was free. We had our 22 month son with us and although he has a good appetite, there's no way that he is going to eat $15 bucks worth of food. We didn't have to pay anyways, as he is under 2, but come on now. Other ayca restaurants don't usually charge until the child is around 4 and even then, it is usually a percentage of the cost by age.
I think that management should seriously reconsider their policy about this. Other than that, I would recommend it to other people if you are in the area.