The place had been renovated, in a similar look and feel like the one on Broadway which closed down only after a few years of operation. It was clean, spacious and modernized.
The zabuton (seat cushions) were interestingly made out of jeans (pants) sewn together.
Strangely, water was served in beer glass.
We took up on the Dinner Special $11.95 which includes three items from the Sushi Selection and Kitchen Selection Menu with a green salad.
Small side salad. A bit too much topping.The Agedashi Tofu and Gyoza were good!
Spicy Tuna Roll: Not that great presentation wise. Too much sauce on top. Rice is a bit too mushy. Smoked Salmon Roll, Beef Teriyaki Roll and California Roll. Maybe they are missing the vinegar taste in the rice. It just didn’t taste like a real sushi roll. It was jam packed with ingredients though, so you were quite full afterwards. Again, rice was a bit mushy.
Service was mediocre. No smiles or friendliness. Will we be back? With so many sushi restaurants to choose from in Vancouver, it’s not on my top list of go-to places.