Sheepie, his friend and I ended up at Inori. From outside, we could tell it was a bit on the higher-end. We decided to try it out. The decor was modern, and clean. The place looked quite new. The benches against the walls had nice pillow cushions to lean on.
The Negitoro Roll $4.75 was cut diagonally, adding a new look to the usually mundane cylinder pieces. The Tamago nigiri had a wide nori (dried seaweed) belt, which made it a bit difficult (it should only be 1/4 inch or so. The Masago nigiri was fresh and full with popping sensation.
Sheepie and his friend both had the House Roll $8.95 had 5 large pieces of salmon, spicy tuna, prawn tempura all wrapped in cucumber. It looked beautiful, and different, though it did have some challenges in eating such a large piece.
Overall, nice setting, satisfactory service and good food though slightly on the pricier side.