09/14/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Much like many of the sushi houses in the bay area this place serves the traditional odd mix of sushi, tenpura, and donburi. Nothing special. And as like any other place the sushi ""chefs"" are far from the real deal. Many of the sushi dishes would never be served in Japan, such as the seaweed sushi. Purely a korean thing.
Here's the killer they charge prices that are far from inexpensive. 3-4 for nigiri and the usual 4-5 for rolls. At this price they should be after quality, unfortunately the quality here as many other ""sushi"" places in the bay area is no better than the $1 sushi boat shops elsewhere.
Lets face it the prices are so high because people here generally don't know good sushi from bad (unless the fish has gone south). So asian immigrants feed off of this ignorance to overcharge for terrible sushi and no one knows the wiser.