The breadth and complexity of the menu, combined with the loud, frenetic activity in this tightly configured room, are enough to inspire a severe bout of ADD. One finds items familiar to most American-Japanese restaurants here: sashimi, miso soup, teriyaki, tempura, edamame and seaweed salad. There are some oddities, particularly among the appetizers, like the freshwater eel with pesto-seasoned sushi rice baked with mozzarella cheese. Tuna shows up again and again—in appetizers, rolls, sashimi and dinners—and each appearance is a delight. Those with an aversion to fish will be well-pleased with the entrée-sized salad of crisp romaine lettuce topped with large squares of Kobe beef and big, meaty slices of sautéed mushrooms. On weekend nights, tables turn briskly but stay full right up until closing at midnight. Midday is also congested, thanks to the all-you-can eat buffet, and because of the crowds, nothing sits long enough to become unappealing.
Payment Type: All Major Credit Cards, cash
Reservations: Not Necessary