We went there last night, Sunday, for 7pm because a couple of friends went there on their first date and they enjoyed it and they invited us out. We said yes. I looked the restaurant up on Dine Here and was a little worried about what I read. I still kept an open mind. We got there a little before 7. There were a couple of tables open, but our friends hadn't made reservations but we were seated in less than 2 mins. Hostess was friendly. She left us with menus and our waitress came by in about 2 mins to ask about drinks etc. The decor is eclectic and funky, and defintely not high end, but cool, in its own loud way. The music was loud-ish, for a restaurant, but not as loud as I was expecting from the reviews. You can hold a conversation if you are speaking in a normal voice or maybe slightly louder. Our friends arrived and again the waitress was back quickly to see if we needed drinks etc. The menu does take some looking thru, as it is 16 pages.. with lots of NEW stuff you have to read thru. That is a bit of a pain, but also cool too. My partner and I ordered tempura, the cap'n crunch, which is a tempura battered and deepfried california roll, goma ae, as we love it and sunomono. We also ordered the Love Boat, a combination of rolls etc. The tempura, prawns and veg, was plentiful but our waitress may have forgotten it as we had to ask for it. It was a bit soggy and the veg, even the zucchini was crisp and the broccoli and cauliflower were pretty raw. I am used the veg in tempura being tender and crisply coated. The goma ae is different, but very good. The sunomono was room temp or maybe even warmer and of the tarter version. The balance of sweet could have been better. The Love Boat had several new rolls to us and some marinated tuna. The rolls were ok, but, I didn't find that much difference between some of them.. they were pretty subtle changes to change a roll from one to the other. The marinated tuna was decent, tho, very sloppy sauce. We ordered the cappuccino mud pie and our friends tried the Mars attacks, coated and deep fried Mars bar with vanilla ice cream and whip cream served in a metal martini glass. The mud pie was premade, I think and was toooo cold, it was rock hard. The Mars attacks was not bad tho... would order that again. My partner enjoyed it more than me, but I would probably go back again and maybe choose more familiar stuff that I KNOW what it is supposed to taste like, to make a better comparison.