Atmosphere: Very stylish A++ Could do without the bizarre Asian anime movies playing but easy enough to focus on areas other then the TV’s. Great place for a special adult occasion.
Waitress: Enjoyed the themed outfits as well as her personality. All food arrived as ordered except the soup which we had to ask for. They did offer to remove it since the entrees already arrived, or bring at no charge. This was the best way to make it up. They acknowledged their mistake and made it right.
Food: The appetizers and entrees were presented well and showed obvious thought on the arrangement. The portion size of the sushi rolls was small for the price however the flavor almost made it up for it. The dessert played well on the palette yet was minimal in portion.
Seating: We sat in a booth in the corner. The seating was comfortable yet felt like the tables sat a bit too high or the booth seats were a bit too low. It was a little difficult getting out and up but the texture of the material was nice.
Parking: For a Friday we made out with a spot being vacated. However, it appeared there could be parking challenges at this location.
Location: This was convenient to the 417.
Price: We ordered 1 ice tea, 2 beers, 1 soup, 1 salad, 4 sushi rolls to share and 1 dessert each. This totaled around $100.
Overall: We may go back in the future however we have better value Sushi available closer to home which we would opt for instead. While the style of the restaurant was top notch, we are the type of people who would prefer a little less of the up scale furnishings in exchange for larger rolls with similar ingredients and without the 30 minute drive.
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