Horrible Sushi!. I ordered some sushi to go for lunch one day, and when i got to the office and opened up my tray I was greatly disappointed. The portions were really small for such a high price. And it didn't taste that good either. They were a little skimpy on the seafood in the sushi...wouldn't recommend at all.
Owner is Japanese but.
We went to there last week good music but Taste is very bad.
We used to live NY. We know sushi ... This is NOT sushi.
My Japanese friend Noriko told me that owner is Japanese but she does not care about taste.
I recomend you go to Asaka Japanese at north Miami.
Yum Yum Sushi. Delicious, creative options. Very crowded on weekends! The music is great, unless you want to have a conversation during dinner.
This sushi joint rock and rolls with major sax appeal..
Live music replaces Japanese pop as the soundtrack of choice when the restaurant's owner, Kenny Millions, takes to his sax. His daughter often kicks up the bass. In fact, the only time you may find yourself truly blue is when Millions' Sushi Blues Band breaks for intermission. Young Hollywood hipsters have also adopted this place as their own. Unpretentious, casual and lively, Sushi Blues is best on the weekends.
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