Went here for the first and last time, only because I always want to try for myself what the food and service is like, despite all the bad reviews for this place. Read a few reviews about the service and management. They are all correct. The manager there is unreal, he's the one who seated us. We asked for a booth, he looked annoyed, not even a hello to start with by the way. We got to our seat, he literally threw a small dish of wasabi on the table and it slid across the table. We got two cups of tea, with half of it poured all over the table. For amusement's sake we stayed to check out the food.
The sashimi and sushi was mediocre at best, wasn't expecting anything spectacular from an AYCE place but this was definitely below low grade. Seaweed salad - limp and unfresh, tempura - triple battered crap, short ribs - gross!! old and overmarinated, sashimi was old tasting, sushi used way too much rice to act as filler. We ordered some sushi cones it had so much rice and hardly any ingredient (e.g. negitoro, chopped scallop, etc)
As if the food wasn't bad enough, I really can't say enough about the service. The waitresses look as though they just woke up, completely oblivious to anything you might need. They won't stop to see if you need anything, you have to ask for everything and hope they walk by. You can sit there after your meal with yout coat on staring at the waitresses walking by and nothing...its actually quite comical. I finally asked one wandering by for the bill and she went to get it.
Two adults, all you can eat, plus two drinks (pop) came to $49 something including tax. $50 for a bad meal and bad service. I saw another post by someone about this manager asking for a tip 10 times, what nerve...maybe these people don't know that its the service we diners tip on. Even if the food was what it was, if I felt that they cared even a tiny bit about the service and/or comfort of the customers, I would have left a tip. I paid by credit card and left zero tip. I did have one tip, learn how to pour green tea without getting half of it all over the food and table. And two people sitting with their coats on with empty plates on the table means...they want the bill. Don't go here. So many places you can spend $50 for a decent meal and nice service.