Narita is a little store front that you have to be looking for in order to find it. The sign does not pull people into the restaurant and that is just a shame.
Anyway, I stopped by just before the dinner rush on a Tuesday and the place was pretty empty. Maybe 3 or 4 tables with people. My guess is that there were alot of phone in orders, because the chefs were super busy. The single waitress was running all over the place by the time I left, but she was trying to be attentive.
The food was top notch. I tried a speciality roll and some individual sushi. It was all delicious. The prices were decent.
My only complaint would be that it took a long time to get food out from the kitchen. It is a very labor intensive business, so it really did take a long time. They sent out some complimentary edamame because of the wait.
My suggestion is that you go for the sushi, but bring a book and expect a bit of a wait.
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