unique and funky. They had these different kinds of fish on the menu that I had never tried and they were prepared in interesting ways. Everything was great and the aptmosphere was fun.
This small Noe Valley sushi joint has a humorous staff and chefs that slice and dice the freshest fish for their guests.. Hole in the wall? Yes, but not in a bad way. If you have some cash to burn on a good meal, this is a popular neighborhood sushi spot, with an artsy atmosphere and Asian knick-knacks that make it comfortable and welcoming. The staff is light and funny, regularly joking with each other and guests. The 24th Street gem is a tad pricey for the small portions--typical for Japanese joints--but what they lack in size they make up for in variety, freshness and creativity. Look for innovative rolls: the typhoon roll, for example, is stuffed with rice, mango and salmon, a delicious mix of savory and sweet.
Feels like you've visited a great sushi-chefs home for dinner. The owners of this place have really made it their own--personal artwork on the walls, reggae music playing, friendly atmosphere, and on top of it all, fresh wonderful sushi. After trying this place its hard for me to go anywhere else for Japanese. Its small inside, though, so I wouldn't recommend for larger parties. Try it!