This is a very small sushi place where seats can be scarce, there's in fact no tables, only a bar. It's authentically japanese in many ways, including the quality of the sushi. I've had better sushi in Japan where there's is probably a lot more and better quality fish to be had than in Sweden provided the wallet is up for it. So given what's available to get in Sweden I don't think it's fair to expect much better sushi than what you will get here. They don't currently serve sake, but wouldn't be surprised if that's subject to change (alcohol permit would be required = lot's of red tape in Sweden). The non-sushi menu is a very good donburi and at the time of writing, the only desert is a matcha-flavored ice cream which is on the small side but authentically japanese and very tasty.
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