My wife and I play orchestra for the Paradise Theatre next to Mizu. So we eat the sushi there fairly often. Although they are best known for their entertaining grilling, we always eat sushi at the bar with their incredible sushi chef Sean (I hope I got the spelling right on that). At so many sushi restaurants, each piece is largely rice with a small amount of seafood. At Mizu, each piece is mostly seafood with enough rice to hold it together, and the rolls are quite large. Sean's presentations are beautiful. Watching him slice and dice is as entertaining as watching the chefs at the grills. Although we like many of the different sushi dishes our favorites are the Washington Roll, the New York, the Red Dragon and the salmon nigiri. My wife likes their Pinot Gris wine and I enjoy the local Seven Seas Amber beer. If you enjoy good sushi, I highly recommend Mizu.