I, like some other reviewers, have the luxury of having visited this restaurant in the past and present, and, as such, I can give insight into the restaurant.
I eat A LOT of sushi. Not just maki, but sashimi, nigiri, chirashi... you name it.
Sushi is an art form and a food. Now, AYCE sushi bars do not necessarily have to honour the art... but all sushi bars must honour the passion.
BC Sushi no longer bears the passion that drew me previously.
Service with a smile has been replaced with service with a snark, and the food has deteriorated in quality along with the ownership.
It saddens me to say that I will no longer be frequenting this sushi den when I have such a host of selection in this beautiful city which affords better pricing and service.