After seeing all the reviews in the window, I thought I was in for great lunch. Unfortunately, things went wrong from the beginning... I waited for a long time while the sushi chefs focused much more on all the take-out orders (I was the only person in the restaurant for the first 20 minutes). When I finally got my chirashi, although there was a nice selection of fish (yellowtail, salmon, tuna), the sushi rice was so sweet it tasted sugared! Also, maybe this is just me but I don't think it's a good idea to keep the front door open when the sushi bar is right there. It's really easy for flies to get in.