This congenial Japanese restaurant has figured out how to serve sushi to Americans: forget about quality, just make sure there's a lot of food on the plate. The sushi menu (there's also a hot kitchen that pumps out Chinese and Thai standards) features an all-you-can-eat maki buffet, which is a good deal if you're still hungry after sampling the interminable array of appetizers. It's not all-you-can-eat but gets you miso soup, a house salad, an appetizer of your choice, five maki, and a dragon roll. My a la carte meal, even with sake, cost less than $20 but emitted an oceanic funk; the suspect abundance of sauce and salt added to the spicy tuna maki and salmon nigiri failed to foil the fishy smell. The smelt roe was bitter, but the octopus and eel were more than edible; and admittedly everyone around me seemed to be having a great time. Service is very friendly, and snapshots of happy customers plaster the walls. If you're looking for a cheap sushi experience in a fun atmosphere, this place demands little more than a sense of humor.
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