My sister and I heard about this great Ramen place at Metropolis and decided to check it out...we walked in and saw all the sushi so we thought, "great, there's sushi and ramen!" but it wasn't til we sat down and asked our server that we found out the ramen is a separate section of the restaurant and has it's own entrance. A little confusing if you didn't look carefully and if you haven't been to Metropolis in a while. The renovations were great though and it had a very nice ambiance.
Now for the food...we were very disappointed. We've tried many AYCE places and this was the worst. We sat down at about 12:20pm, ordered and didn't receive our first dish until 1:00pm. This would be acceptable if it wasn't AYCE because it was lunch hour and there are a variety of orders. This was the first time I became full from waiting for the food to arrive. We put in a second order and the food slowly trickled in, but again, it was another good 20 minutes before the food arrived.
The food: Gyozas tasted like they were pre-made and microwaved...and it was warm to the touch; Agedashi Tofu has luke-warm and soggy and had a firm texture rather than a soft texture; the chicken in the chicken udon looked questionable - like it was boiled; the salmon and dynamite rolls were small but edible.
As for the menu, there was very little selection and you had to pay $3 more per person for Sashimi.
We asked for the bill at around 1:40pm and our order still wasn't completed. Again, I found this to be unacceptable especially when they state there is a time limit of 1.5 hours from the time you place your order.
If you want quality sushi and variety, I would highly recommend Tomokazu on Broadway and Kingsway Sushi on Boundary.