This place is a bit hidden out of the way off the main drag. Only came across it because I was doing business down the street.
I found their menu a bit awkward. Lots of combination meals, but they are all either all mostly sushi, or all mostly fried foods, and nothing with a good mix of both. Took forever to figure out what to order.
Food was fairly tasty. Their smallest "Love Boat" came with a decent sized and wide selection of sashimi, nigiri, and maki. Sockeye salmon not served, which I am getting used to at other places, and the crab was imitation.
Service depended on who you had, the female waitress was a bit cold, but the male was nicer.
The ambience was the only negative for me. Can't really explain it but the room just felt a bit dead and depressing in there. What really turned me off though is both my cup and plate were dirty with bits of green tea leaves stuck on them. Can't say I see that much these days, so I won't be returning when I can go to places with clean dishes instead. The dishes and glasses were all plastic too, so not exactly fine dining.