The best surprise, however, is a rotating list of Kyoto-style obanzai, translated as ''Japanese tapas'' on the menu. A few offerings, usually costing less than $5 each, are written on a chalkboard. - Kim Severson
The best thing about this place is their homemade tofu. If you can get it on a salad, go for it. If they have the tofu pudding dessert, definitely get it.
The fish is pretty fresh here. Most of the dishes we've had have been 'quite' good. Their to-go menu is slimmed down but they still offer enough to satisfy when in a pinch. The soft-shell crab we had was yummy. The fried eel roll was a bit odd, with the eel being on top, deep fried, and not really working with its 'parent' roll.
The sake list is limited but some good selections and not overpriced. They have more beers than most sushi places as well, which is great.
Overall, it's nice to have this place in the neighborhood. We'll go back, I'm sure many times, and for the price-point I think it's a great place.