i came here with 5 others on saturday night. i heard that the place is usually packed, but it wasnt full when we got there at 7:30pm (maybe because it was columbus day weekend). the interior of the place is sleek, modern, with heavy, sharp cornered, dark wood tables and long dark bench seating. theres a sushi counter in the front as well.
we started out with 6 of their special yama rolls (~$13 each). i dont remember the names of any of them. the fish was all very fresh and the rolls were huuuge. it came out all on one big share plate. some of the rolls were riceless and carb-friendly, and others substituted paper thin cucumber slices for the seaweed. most of them were combinations of 2 or 3 types of fish (mostly yellowtail, salmon, & toro). we were pretty full by the time we had finished the rolls, but made room for a few appetizer dishes. this included some very chewy calamari served with a tempura dipping sauce and some edamame (with tough husks on the beans). the appetizers werent nearly as impressive as the rolls and since they were roughly the same price, i think that ill just stick entirely to the sushi next time.