Absolutely the best Sushi in Alameda! It's small and yes, you may wait to get in, but it's worth it! There service is wonderful and the foods even better. Please ignore the 1 idiot that left a bad review, he must be talking about a different place or have a stick firmly planted somewhere, 'cause this place is always the best!!!! :) If I could give it more stars I would!
The only thing special about the place is the fact that it's so small you can't get in. If you are looking to terrible service then that's just the place to go, the owners that run the place treats customer like dirt when customers are the one paying for there rent. If they can not handle the flow of the business then I think they shouldn't be in business. As a good restaurant they should not turn away customer. I food was nothing special, except the price which is about 3times higher then any other place. There was nothing unqie in flavors or creativity about it. For someone like me who dines out about 5 times every week about (10meals) I know what is good and unique. Price quaility is nothing unique. People listen to me, there is nothing special about this place so don't go wasting your money there. Unless you want to waste your money, and get treated awfully. It's lik a bad case of the soup naxi on Seifield.
Man!, this place is peaceful, nice, and warm. It's a small room with a main chief standing at the sushi bar, waiting to take your special order. Their foods are all good, though their Miso soup is not as good as the other restaurant that I go to. But They are perfect, they look like a bar. The foods cannot be described in verbal words, you need to try it. Their fish is fresh, soft, and when it get to your mouth it melts. It's not cheap, but anyone can try it. These are foods that you live to eat.
sushi bar located on the second floor on Park St. Small and quiet place. If you love the art of sushi like I do then sit at the bar. And you should really enjoy this place if you're a true sushi lover. The bad thing is this place only open for dinner and it's sort of small (only 8 seats at the bar and 2 tables for 4) so it can be a long wait when you come on weekends.