Maybe 3 and three-quarter stars, just shy of "very good."
The best value here is the Americanized bento lunch, with teriyaki protein (salmon! chicken, or tofu), miso soup, 3 pieces of nigiri, rice, and iceberg lettuce salad with sesame dressing. They won my heart by putting unaju on the regular menu, so this is my go-to eel spot. Nice a la carte wakame salad.
Sushi, including maki, ranges from adequate to very good depending on the chef and the time you're there.
Service is usually friendly but with very mixed with attention and timing -- sometimes good, sometimes not. Noon to one p.m. is prime time, when service suffers most.
Take-out is reliable for time-sensitive -- and quieter -- meals.
There's a big party room in back for karaoke blow-outs at night.
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