Citysearch Editorial Review.
This sushi joint is not much to write home about, but the rolls suffice for those who need a quick fix. Decorated in kitschy green and bamboo, it’s a fun place for the generally younger set to enjoy rolls, tempura and drinks for fairly reasonable prices.
The No-Named Roll--yellowtail, tuna, and salmon wrapped in soy paper--is a customer favorite, as are the meat-heavy dinner combination plates. The restaurant, which houses an enclosed back patio, gets crowded during evenings and weekends, so make sure to call ahead for reservations during peak hours. Lunch is less packed and better for avoiding the sometimes spotty service.