I had read about this place in Lonely Planet and it more than lives up to its reputation as a good sushi place. While it doesn't look like anything special from the outside, the new sign contrasts with the somewhat run-down building exterior. Inside the tiny venue are about 8 tables which are provided with the friendliest of service. The amosphere is nice, cozy and friendly. The sushi rolls are made quickly and taste delicious! And the home-made desserts are to-die-for. We will definately return here before our trip is over.
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