Sushi is fantastic! Great prices
Great sushi made fresh each order. Lunch buffet is really all you can eat and made each order. Not sitting on a table. Love this place!
We have been going to this restaurant for over 10 years. It's our favorite sushi place. The sashimi is always fresh, the staff is amazing and it has a very comfortable vibe.
I like when you don't need worry about price... Just pay $20 and eat...Nice Foood, Good personal, Perfect Location!Thank you Guys!
Love the Mongolian Beef.
I love the sushi and the atmosphere!!
I Love this restaurant with great pleasure to have a bubble tea over there.....
Love love love it!!! Used to go here when I worked close, I miss it...quality sushi, very good bubble tea.
On our visit to Chicago O'Hare area, we decided to have sushi for our evening meal, we discovered a new restaurant that opened in December 2012 with a unique concept of all you can eat sushi for a fixed price of $19.95 for dinner. Guest receive a blue sheet with various sushi items that you mark with pencil of how pieces you would like to have, our party of 4 placed the order, while waiting for our meal that took a very long time to deliver to our table. The restaurant was about 10% full, they have 4 sushi chefs behind the counter, it seemed that it took about 1 hour to get our food. Our plate arrived with various sushi pieces that we ordered on a large square white plate, no ginger or wasabi, we asked our server about it and her answer was that there was no room on the plate and she brought some on a side dish.There was no sauce dish for the soy sauce, we requested the dishes and again they delivered, the only soy sauce that was offered was the lightly salted kind, again not normal. as to the sushi, the fish portion was good size over the rice base, the rice was crumbly, when you try to pick-it up with the chop sticks, it hand a tendency of falling apart, the fish itself was tasteless even dunking in soy sauce.Now for the gotcha, if you leave some rice on the plate and order some more pieces, they will charge you for the leftover rice, I believe the use of the crumbly rice is to upcharge the all you can eat price. They do have a disclaimer on the order sheet about this policy. The other thing that makes you fill very uncomfortable is the manager staring at all customers of how much they are eating and checking the plates for any leftovers so that they can upcharge your check. They do not have a liquor license but they offer a BYOB.
Was there opening night.Nice atmosphere,good food and a great price.The calamari was especially good.No liquor license yet but don't let that stop you.