We visited a friend in the area and wanted sushi. His wife is Japanese, so I knew they would take us to a good place.
Simple Sushi is very small, having only 1 table that seats 4 people. We arrived later, around, and it was not crowded.
If you looked at their menu out of context, not knowing the name of the restaurant, you probably would not know it's a sushi restaurant. Their nigiri selection is very scant. Of course, they have a very large selection of maki rolls. Many are quite Americanized; in fact few selections have any connection to "authentic" sushi.
Having said that, the food is excellent. We had several rolls that were superb. I had a salad sampler; you pick three items from a list of 5-6. I chose kimchee, seawead salad and sunomono. All three were excellent.
I did get tuna and salmon nigiri, and they were excellent. Unfortunately, they only have scallops, cooked shrimp (ebi), and tobiko (flying fish eggs) in addition to salmon and tunu, making for a very sparse selection.
The staff and sushi chef are all American (All American?), so you get a blank look even when saying "arigato!"
For what it is, it is excellent. But, be aware beforehand that they have very little in the way of traditional Japanese sushi.
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