We spent $86, not including tip. That included three beers (I think they were $9 each). For the rest, we got tuna jalapeno rolls (6 pieces), a California roll (8 pieces), an assorted fish roll (yellowtail, salmon & tuna - 8 pieces), and a 6-piece salmon carpaccio. This last thing, the salmon carpaccio - I thought it would be thick like sashimi but it was not, it was sliced super-thin like prosciutto would be. And it alone, six sliver-thin slices of salmon (beet-infused, they said, which impacted the color more than the color more than the taste) came to $15! Maybe that's easily $56 worth of sushi in most places, but I've gotten quite a bit more for my money, from places within walking distance of this spot.
Even so - I would have cared less about the price, if the sushi itself wasn't - meh. It was not terrible, but it was lacking in any especially enjoyable flavor. I fully grant you, I might be entirely unaware of what good, authentic sushi tastes like. But I'm used to my tuna/yellowtail/salmon tasting buttery almost, and having a wonderful texture to the bite. I'm used to my wasabi trying to burn a hole through the top of my head. This wasabi was bland - a word I never thought I'd use to describe wasabi. The seaweed wrap around the yellowtail jalapeno roll was chewy, I had to fight to bite through it.
I might try this place again to give it a second chance. But this is the third place where I've eaten sushi in the Wilton Manors gayborhood, and from both a cost and a taste perspective, it places @ the bottom of the three.