Okay, I know that it's not even remotely authentic, etc., and is strictly an americanized roll place, but we like to go to our neighborhood sushi place (Toshi in Montclair) when we're in need of a quick roll fix. I noticed last night that Toshi has a special roll that is california roll topped with baked salmon, mayo and cheese. For some reason, I am personally offended. I'm not expecting Uzen and admit that I go to Toshi when I want unexciting, but capable, basics like dragon rolls and maguro nigiri in about 10 minutes, but I guess I thought even there cheese would never be an option. Granted I didn't try it -- am I too quick to criticize? Or is this the thing that is expected at this type of places now?