A very nice, unassuming restaurant. From the outside, you do not expect it to be as warm, and as neat as it is on the inside. The restaurant has a really cool, traditional Zashiki side(low tables, no shoes, you sit on cushions on the floor)then another side for the Teppanyaki (grill in the middle of large tables that will sit up to 16) The cook, and server were both very friendly, and the food was outstanding. Quite large portions for the price (steak and chicken Teppanyaki nets you rice, noodles, vegetables, steak, chicken, and a few shrimp for under $20) the sushi was very good, and my party of four had a great time, and had plenty of food for leftovers.
In my opinion, it is the best sushi in town. An the staff is very friendly.
the atmosphere was cool but the food was just lame.
Poor design, poor follow through, unreliable delivery schedules, uneducated in the security industry