The food was very average. The server was friendly, but a bit new and untrained. The guys behind the counter weren't particularly friendly and when our server asked them the couple of the questions we had (why is the super white only served seared), they looked aggrivated. We have some particularly good sushi restaurants in Colorado, so maybe we were expecting it to be super because it's on the coast. Also, we noted that the locals were definitely greeted much more warmly. That's understandable, but in a touristy area, it seems that strangers should be greeted with extra (fake or not) enthusiasm. We had the gyoza, super white pieces and a sashimi combo, all of which were decent, but nothing super special. With all the sushi joints in the area, we probably would not come back.