There has been no mention of suisha house on CH, other than in the bottom tier of Sushi Monster's list. It's right on Broadway.
I was pleasantly surprised in a visit there (restaurant roulette). I had previously written it off as a "roll house".
Boy, do they have rolls. One page of traditional, one page of chef specials. But the chefs actually seem somewhat talented (not like Naomi, but above the hacker quality). The rolls are decently made and priced right. We were out of there for $25/pp with tax, no alcohol. Fish quality was standard, nothing special, no big whiteboard entries. Too much mayo on the rolls. I didn't even bother with nigiri.
Fried objects were good - almost too crispy. Portion sizes were very reasonable - ie, not too big on the fried things, not too small on the fish.
The rest of the menu has some good stuff, tataki, gyoza. The atmosphere is fun and casual, with mostly 20-somethings. It fits well with a quick meal before the movies, service was fairly snappy although the waitress disappeared at some point. I will probably go again --- for the offbeat reason that GF won't go to the better sushi bars because the food is too good and we go home stuffed. This food isn't that good, but the whole package works.