My teenager and I went here because we were curious about the concept of Japanese all-you-can-eat. The server was very busy but nice enough to explain the concept to us and answer our questions (there are 3 levels to the menu, and you have two hours to eat all you want; the most basic level should be fine for anyone but the biggest sashimi hound). Some of the items were very good (excellent chopped scallop sushi, very good gyoza, very good sushi rolls) and some not so good (the tuna sashimi had been frozen and was not fully defrosted). I liked that the servings were small enough (e.g., 3 pcs to a roll) to allow us to try many things, much like dim sum. The green tea was outstanding. Dessert was a nice mango pudding. The higher (more expensive) menu levels are really for those who just want larger portions of items, as you can still get sashimi at the lower levels, just not as much. Cost for the two of us was about CDN$40, which is super-cheap for sushi. Just remember that you get what you pay for.
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