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kevin | Oct 27, 200803:22 PM     8

Went there, it was beyond tinyt, remembered that from a review a few years back.

It seems like the restaurant is just one of those newfangled roll factories. I had previously believed that they served great fresh sushi like the heavy hitter's in San Fransicso, San Mateo, and Sunnyvale. But it wasn't good at all.

I asked for Omakase, and they looked at me quizzically, and the offered a tasting of a few different pieces of sushi. None of it was good at all, and the slices were long and huge, not the kind of Edo-mae, bite-size pieces that I am used too, even if the pieces are big that's not necessarily bad if the quality was there, but the quality wasn't there either. And the rice was cold mounds of very undistinguished rice. I should have bypassed it, when I saw the list of rolls on the menu posted in the window. But alas I didn't.

Am I missing something here?

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