It looks like Korean owned and Japanese chefs making the sushi up front. I get a little upset about that but I like their lunch hand roll deal for 3 bucks. I wouldn't go here for specialty sushi (toro, uni, aji, etc.) Koi in Seal Beach is good for that or Buddhas favorite in Newport. Being the sushi snob I am, I would have to give them 3 stars on their best day. Just being honest :(
I am very picky about sushi and I must say, this is the very best sushi I've had. Ever. They have very creative flavors and use extremely fresh ingredients. It's a little bit pricey, but well worth it. Great date atmosphere, friendly staff, great drink selection, but most importantly, amazing food.
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