The servers are very friendly and attempt to make conversation. I wouldn't say the food is authentic Japanese because the restaurant is not run by Japanese people and it is also merged with a Chinese restaurant, but the sushi is very fresh. For those who only tolerate absolute AUTHENTIC sushi, I wouldn't go for the eel. The sauce is not "the real deal." The menu offers plenty of variety, and the fruit platter they bring out in the end after your meal is beautifully presented.