Good food. Louder music than needed to be. The interior is attractive and lighting was spot-on so the throbbing music seemed a little pushy. Table of 10 to our left was a birthday party; Table of ten to our right was a party of tourists. Table in front of us was also a large party. The tables for two seemed too small to accommodate the multiple dishes and condiments you expect at a sushi restaurant; we actually had to turn the table sideways and then sit on the same side just to accommodate the plates.
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