Would love to eat there, but I have a gluten issue. I hope they will offer gluten-free meals and gluten-free soy sauce.
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First of all, thank you Dario for recommending this place. It opens at 6:00pm and it is small so it gets very busy. We got there at 6:15 and had to register and wait for about 30 minutes but it was worth it. They have...More
Pretty cool concept of boats floating around with sushi. They have a pretty large variety my favorite is the volcano roll! They have a good staff very attentive and friendly
We come as a family almost once a week. The food and service is awesome. It's very inexpensive and you get to try a wide variety.
I just got kicked out of this place. Today we went early at 6pm for a father's day celebration so the whole family went, with our young children. My 3 year old son is a very picky eater so I always pack him dinner, drinks...More
First impression when we walked in was not good, thought we should leave, gave it the benefit of the doubt and was helped by a very decent gentleman and he explained all the sushi rolls because the menu is extremely pathetic, they need to fix...More
One of the best sushi places around. Could use a bigger space but other than that. Great food,awesome service. No long wait times. Could use a bigger bar selection. But if your in the mood for sushi this is the place.
Typical Japannesse reataurant. Good suchi, and choices of food, but not varied. Good beer, but the attention to details and customer service are not significant. I was there one afternoon. But didn't leave with the intention to return. Customers are taken for granted in this...More
My friends and I come here at least once a week to get our sushi fix. The sushi is always fresh and they have a variety to pick from. If you don't see what you want on the boats, ask for it and they'll make...More
I would not ssy it is the best sushi, that would be a lie. But it is eatable. You can enter the place and start eating right away, since there are this little ships with Sushi on top running around a small canal of water...More