07/17/2009Provided by Citysearch -
In the past, I normally treated this as a takeout sushi place and yesterday was the first time I dined in. The difference in quality is like night and day. The pieces you get when you dine in are bigger and, of course, fresher. My spouse says it's because they know you can tip them at the restaurant, which makes sense. I recommend dining in rather than taking out for that very reason. I usually get the Sushi Deluxe or Mizu Combo. Both are well worth it because they always seem to throw in an extra piece of sashimi. I've eaten sushi in Boston, New York, and Philly and can say that this is decent stuff. Not the best, but decent for the price.