We visited late on a Friday night, and were the last customers at the sushi bar. For this reason I didn't expect much, but I was pleasantly surprised. The a la carte sushi is fairly expensive, but the quality is better than other sushi places in the vicinity. The fish was absolutely fresh, The rice was properly prepared. The rolls weren't quite as tight as they should have been, but they held together.
We had one incident that could have been serious, but wasn't in this case. We told the server that one of us was highly allergic to eggs and asked that the Chef's Choice not include those. When the sushi arrived there was tomago there with the other nigiri. Fortunately, I noticed that and traded for another kind. This could have been a problem for someone new to sushi.
Otherwise, the sushi was good, decently prepared, and very tasty. The sushi was relatively expensive with most sushi choices costing 4.95 to 5.95 for a two-piece serving of nigiri. One of their specialty rolls uses shrimp tempura, and the crust on the tempura was more soggy than it should have been.
I'd still go back since it's the only decent sushi in the immediate vicinity.
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