This place is not a fancy sushi place. It serves pretty basic sushi. Mainly Maki rolls, lots and lots of Surimi, Nigiri and some Sashimi (salmon and tuna only). If you're looking for a more refined experience, don't come here. On the other hand, the fish is fresh, the place is always busy and the fast turnover more or less ensures that food gets turned around quickly. There are plenty of flaws, but if you know what you're here for, you can have a decent experience. The wasabi is not always good and the containers can be a bit grotty. The bar staff is very friendly whereas the actual servers are as indifferent/rude as it can possibly get. Always ask for a full bill as servers tend to add prices up without running it through the till, we've had lots and lots of incorrect receipts. Most of the time they try to avoid giving you receipts altogether. The entire place is in desperate need of a good scrub. We do keep coming back as it is alright for a quick bite to eat. Recommendable is number 52 or 53 (the one with the deep fried prawn and unagi). Ask the friendly guys behind the bar to make you some sashimi if you can't find it on the conveyor, they'll happily oblige.
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