Average, but beware of the 'whitetuna' which seems to be Escolar.
We only tried the sushi, sashimi, and maki so I'm not sure how the Thai food is. We got a double boat for 2. The miso soup was over salted. The sashimi came with tuna (very good), salmon (Atlantic and smooth but not that tasty), snapper (some tough pieces that should not have been served as sashimi), and something they call white tuna.
From various articles and related links about 'whitetuna' I've concluded that I was served Escolar. It certainly was not albacore tuna. It would have been nice to have been warned about the effects of eating that fish before it was served to us. At least now I know what to look out for.
It also came with 3 maki rolls. The JB roll had salmon and cream cheese (good enough). The California roll came with avocado, fake crab, cucumber, and some small orange fish eggs (tasty). The final was a fried maki roll with cream cheese and mostly cooked salmon inside (tasty tempura and overall good roll).
The sushi was pretty typical but I was disappointed that no octopus came with the random selection. The eel was very good and tasted fresh (not super fishy). The crab was the fake stuff again unfortunately but tasted fine enough.
Overall I wasn't really impressed with anything. It was pretty typical sushi, nothing really above average. I was hoping for something more based on the reviews. I've had much better sushi in other places (outside of the local area).
Great sushi. Was there on a wensday night with about 100 other people and had dinner in 30 minutes. food was excellent, service very good for only 4 servers. Highly recomend.
fast food Thai.
This restaurant was once Sam--'s and then Village House. So it has a Denny's atmosphere inside. But you can get some pretty fast serve Thai food here, that is good. They don't alway have sticky rice though. So if you want a quick fix for Thai, this is it,
but its nothing special.
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