OK, 2 hungry men, 35 minutes, 23 plates, 56 dollars...conveyor belt and some signage preceding some of the items....about 6 or 7 sushi chefs. Some plates had one piece (ie toro, uni), some had two pieces (conch which was surprisingly crisp and good, salmon, flounder fin) and some had more ie the rolls (which we tended to avoid appearing overly saucy/mayo-ridden).
Biggest surprise was the variety. Taste-wise some better than others, but being choosy I think we did pretty well. Nothing was fishy or less than fresh that we had. The uni was fresh and tasty if not uniformly attractive. There are also some other hot items including gyoza on the belt that stayed hot. You can get some misc. japanese noodle and tempura stuff off a menu.
This place is miles better than the one in the olympic collection. I'll be back.
2130 Sawtelle Blvd.