Authentic Sushi. I've been very pleased with the quality of the sushi. They may be a little less "inventive" but without a doubt the sushi is always fresh and delicious. I like the casual, unpretenious atmosphere.
Only place for sushi worth going to in CT.
Simply put you will not find any place with a greater selection of the freshest fish. Truly authentic sushi, no gimmicky rolls loaded with mayonnaise. Do yourself a favor by sitting at the bar and ordering omakase sushi or sashimi. Don't be afraid to try anything Chef Maeda puts on your plate.
As for cooked food the shrimp shumai is phenomenal as I am sure everything else is. I have been over twenty times and still crave Maeda daily.
One and Only place for sushi in Connecticut. I have put up reviews on other sites about this great restaurant. This is simply the only sushi restaurant in the area that actually serves real sushi. Nothing superficial...only honest, great, sushi. Sea urchin (no quayle egg, because you won't need/want it), sea eel, salmon roe, gizzard shad, abalone...list goes on for the things you will not be able to eat anywhere else. You will not be eating mayonnaise, you will be eating the freshest, highest quality fish flavored by one of the very best sushi chefs in the world. I go to Japan all the time and my Japanese business associates there takes me to the sushi houses of highest regards in Tokyo. I still say, Maeda-san's sushi is at least equal, if not better, than those in Tokyo that are Michelin rated. We are so lucky to have him here in Connecticut. So go visit him and have some sushi. Make a reservation for seats at the sushi bar and try things you have never seen or heard. I can go on and on about this place...
horrible. I ordered the chicken terrriyaki to go. When it arrived there were about four pieces in the container and it was breaded/had skin on it. it came with no vegetables and there was barely any sauce on it. don't go there.