All ten in our party were pleased with appetizers, entrees and desserts. The crab wontons, gyoza(pot stickers) and edamame with dipping sauces were very good. The seven who ordered sushi dishes weren't disappointed and felt the restaurant served some of the best in Milwaukee. I chose Blackened Tilapia which was seasoned just right with a side of steamed vegetables. The Salmon Teriyaki was another selection that pleased one diner.
We had a number of different desserts which were well-presented. Besides the green tea, strawberry and chocolate moshi, we ordered cheese cake (not made in-house) and the Vanilla Tempura and Banana Tempura. The tempura desserts were outstanding. I would return here with guests again. The place is a bit hidden and parking on the street is not always conveniently located but plan ahead and give yourself time to find the place and park, Nicely located on the river which we didn't get to take in because our reservation was at night.
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