I eat sushi at least once a week, somewhere in the US. In my experience sushi places buy a higher quality of seafood. This place has some of the poorest quality seafood I've eaten at a sushi restaurant. The shrimp had no taste and they did not look fresh. The salmon tasted funny. I tried one piece and threw the rest in the trash. I should have listened to what someone of the other people on Yelp said. Once was enough for me!
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