Located on the Lower Level of the University of British Columbia Student Union Building. It is a business owned and operated by the UBC Student Society.
Food: Basically massed produced assembly line sushi. It's definitely not authentic, and some rolls are made VERY sloppily, with the fillings spilling out of the rolls. I'm a bit concerned about the cleanliness of the whole place. However, it does satisfy a severe sushi craving. I usually order the chopped scallop roll, it's not cheap, but it's quite tasty.
Service: Depending on when you go, the lines can be long, and they sometimes run out of basics like california roll. The choices are usually quite limited, and the non-sushi items doesn't look too appealing.
Value: Small sushi portions, but similar prices to what you'd find at other typical sushi places. It's decent for UBC I guess.
Ambiance: Crappy SUB atmosphere.
The food here isn't that bad. If you are craving sushi, this is the place to go inbetween classes (probably the only other place to go). The line up here during lunch time is pretty long too, so go early or late. The portions are small, but as the review before me stated; similiar pricing to any where else.