I have eaten at many sushi restaurants around the world, including Japan. This restaurant is quaint and simple. Nothing about this place says fancy or high end. It is hidden on Maddox st. If you blink you would miss it. And the signage from the street would not attract anyone who is not familiar with this restaurant because all other restaurants in the area have much more noticeable signage.
I am still not sure why I even decided to come inside, I guess I was that desperate for sushi. Even when you look at the menu from outside, the prices are a little high. As I stood outside debating if I should enter, I looked inside at the staff. I knew they were all Japanese and knew they had pride in both their professions and their establishment from the way they so carefully and attentively did all their tasks inside the restaurant. I also noticed that the other customers inside we're people who seemed well rounded and interesting. I decided to enter. This restaurant turned out to be a magical experience. The environment of the restaurant makes you feel like you we're in a small Japanese town family restaurant. The sushi was remarkable. Every single piece was carefully cut and tasted remarkably. You do not need wasabi or soya for this sushi. The other customers are people with a passion for sushi and who have travelled the world and know of fine restaurants. It is a classy place with delightful food and a cozy enchanting atmosphere. I would highly recommend this place.
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