My ds loves sushi. He is 11. Anytime we take him for some he spends at least $25-30 (he would spend more if allowed) so when we saw an advertisement for AYCE sushi in downtown Yonkers for about $20 pp we decided to try it. They have an ala carte menu and an AYCE menu. The choice on the AYCE is more limited but fairly decent and we found the fish to be fresh which is important. If you are an adventurous eater it might not be for you but if you like tuna, salmon, yellowtail, etc you will be happy. In addition to sashimi, sushi, rolls and special rolls they also have a kitchen menu with the AYCE. DS loved the tuna tartare. I liked the gyoza and shumai as well as the tofu teriyaki.They also had some udon which we did not try plus fried calamari, grilled squid some other salads, soup and katsu dishes. DS liked the red snapper teriyaki, rainbow roll, 007 roll and dragon roll as well as spicy tuna roll. I don't each much raw stuff but liked the tartare also plus the yonkers roll and the spicy tuna. The alaska roll was also good. My SIL and MIL ordered some sushi pieces, mainly tuna, yellowtail, salmon. You have to eat what you order so we were careful. The people next to us went hog wild with the kitchen appetizers and the sushi but ate everything.
So for the traditionalists who like Nanase and Azuma this is probably not for you but if you want to just go eat some sushi and don't care if it is americanized I recommend it. It is only japanese food btw.