As noted by another reviewer, the sushi is gone and Kamitori is now serving Japanese-style baked goods and breakfast and lunch items. In addition to familiar American breakfast dishes, the menu lists a Japanese breakfast set meal, Japanese sandwiches, tonkatsu, curry with rice, and udon and soba noodle soups, some of which are carryovers from the previous menu. I have been twice to the new restaurant and have been pleasantly surprised. The French toast is made with their fresh baked bread and served with real maple syrup. I had mine topped with strawberries and blueberries, and it was delicious. The pork cutlet (katsu) sandwich was also very good. So, while I miss the sushi, there are still many reasons to come here.
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