The hardest part is getting yourself to destroy something so well crafted. They make it look so nice. But once you taste it you can't stop yourself from ravaging the rolls.
The service is fine, lots of smiles and hardworking ladies. If it gets busy, you might have to wait a little, but not long.
The atmosphere is great. Very clean. Maybe not as much decor as other Japanese restaurants, but that can be a good thing.
The price is the only thing I am concerned of. It is definitely worth what you paid. More expensive than most sushi joints, but that is because the quality is much better. So you get what you pay for.
I'll come back. For sure. But not everyday, because I am not a rock-star. Once a month fits the budget.
You must try this place if you haven't done so.
For those who care, the people are Japanese who are making the sushi. I personally don't care, but some people do.