My partner and I tried the sushi here for the first time the other night and I would say it was decent, but not great. As a non-seafood eater I took one of the two vegetarian options, and while there was a good amount for the price, the quality was only just OK - the rice was gluggy rather than sticky, and let's just say that if you don't like avocado you're in a bit of trouble. On the plus side, the goma wakame salad was good, as were the prices: two sushi platters and two salads for €16. Which certainly makes this one of the more affordable sushi restaurants in Tallinn, although not the best by any means. Depending on your taste, you'll either love or hate the manga/harajuku-inspired design and interior, which is quintessentially Japanese for being so compact.
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