We had seen Sushi 21 a lot of times, and we were looking for a lighter lunch, so we thought that would check-out Sushi 21. It is located in a medium-sized strip mall, so there is plenty of parking. The seating area in the restaurant is nicely decorated and what we liked was that most of the tables were actually separated by dividers. There were also about four rooms for larger groups, along one wall. At first, we thought those would be the traditional Japanese-style of sitting on cushions, but they had tables with chairs in each. The server was efficient and brought chilled water and miso soup. We ordered the lunch special which was 18 pieces of sushi. They were not as thick as you might find if you ordered the individual sushi rolls, but it worked for a special, especially for lunch. The price was reasonable. The miso soup and the sushi was tasty.
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