I've enjoyed sushi the few places I've had it and am trying to cajole a friend into trying it for a lunch or a dinner. Minado (never been there) would be a good meeting point for us and affords an opportunity to sample a bite of this and a bite of that rather than an order of several pieces of the same thing. The menu looks vast enough to provide plenty of other options in the event of a last-minute failure of nerve. I see on their site that dinner, which has a teppanyaki option, costs nearly double what lunch does. What's not clear is whether the offerings are otherwise more numerous or contain more pricey ingredients. Would the dinner experience be worth the premium?