I came here expecting to see Nagasaki Express, and, to my great disappointment, found it replaced by Tomoya. We decided to try it.
My friend ordered some maki and nigiri, I ordered a Black Sun appetizer and a Tomoya roll.
As we waited for our food, I noticed that the music was very loud and I had to almost yell to be heard. The arrangement of tables and chairs was also very unusual; how the waitresses navigate it amazes me. The lighting was quite dim and I felt like in a lounge. Strangely there were a lot of families eating, with their kids, literally, diving through the floor. Parents, please take note, that's not cute at all.
The rolls and nigiri came out in about 10 minutes, but my appetizer took almost 25 minutes. That's not normal! My friend's dynamite roll was good, her california roll was salty enough, no need to dip in soy sauce -- both rolls pretty big. I didn't get to try her nigiri, but her ebi looked delicious. The Tomoya roll was alright, very flavourful, maybe too "dirty" or complicated; the sweetness of scallop was totally overwhelmed by the strong sauces. Black Sun was delicious though! It came in a large platter and beautifully presented: it's some sort of timbale with tuna and chopped scallops at the bottom, some tempura cracklings in the middle, topped with black tobiko and a quail egg. The sauce was arranged around the timbale, in shapes of beams, like a sun. It was complemented by heart-shaped wasabi. My friend who's not proficient with chopsticks had difficulty eating it however. It was good to end dinner this way. Mmmmm!