Recently ate at the Sushi bar at one Of downtown Cleveland's latest, Sushi Rock. In a nutshell, the fish is incredibly fresh and delicious; some of the best fish I've had here, and compared to other places for Sushi around town, reasonably priced. Now, a gripe from me but probably an asset in that Mid-Western frame of mindset to so many diners, the serving sizes are disproportionatly IMMENSE! One piece of Nigiri sushi took me 3-4 bites to down. The Maki are close to the size of a baseball bat in diameter and near to a foot long.I may be exaggerating a bit but not by much. Had we been forewarned, we would have ordered differently and as it was we were trying to share extra food with those around us. On top of what we had ordered, the Sushi Chef, perhaps sensing some serious eaters, graciously bestowed a huge plate of thin-sliced octopus in a sweet-hot sauce and crunchy seaweed salad to us and others around, and later beautiful handrolls of tuna and some Japanese vegetables wrapped in a translucent sheet of daikon. We left as full as we might have been after a heavy French meal. I'm wondering if this is how the restaurant intends to operate or if this just might be
a way to reel in business at the onset. I had a look at the restaurant menu which has East-West fusion options; will try another time.