This place doesn't seem like much on the inside, but the food is definitely worth it. Keep in mind things work slightly differently here - they only have a few menus so even if you do get a seat right away you have to wait until they bring you a menu. Then another menu. Then another menu until you have one for your whole party. Even if you're ready to order from just one menu you still have to wait and then you'll wait again for the specials board filled post it notes.
Still, once you get past the somewhat strange set up the food is delicious. The 4 of us shared the vegetable gyoza, the fried mushroom appetizer special, the avocado tempura maki, the vegetable eel maki, the futo maki, and the special eggplant maki. Out of all of it the eel maki and the eggplant maki were by far the best with an interesting flavor I've never experienced anywhere else. The futo maki was my least favorite and the crisp layer of fried oil/batter on top of the gyoza was a bit strange. Still, overall the food was really good and they definitely had the largest selection of vegan sushi options I've ever seen. Keep in mind it's pricey though - to add a salad and miso soup to your meal costs $15. All in all definitely worth a stop!
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