We arrived at 9:15pm, they rushed us through everything, at near 10pm they had all the chairs on top of the tables, and actually had the nerve to tell us very rudely that they close at 10pm did we want the rest of our food to go. They should close at 9 if they want everyone to be out of the restaurant by 10:01. The food was not enjoyable and not because we were rushed out of the restaurant. We won't be going back, do yourselves a favor and skip this one, too.
Best place we've had sushi in Saline, but I'd rather drive further for better variety and service. The sushi we had was fresh and excellent. The edamamae, soup and other meals were oversalted and over sauced, with limp, over cooked vegetables. We may have visited at an off time or on an off day, but I wasn't impressed with the service either. It seemed like only one server was working and the restaurant was very crowded. After waiting 20 minutes to order, our 3 hungry kids we're at their wits end. We asked to order their food in the hopes of getting some plain rice and edamame quickly for them to work on. The rice was cold, and the edamame were over cooked, brownish and limp. We ordered a chicken dish for my son, and it was too salty for him to eat. I like salt, and it was too salty for me as well. Our sushi took a good deal of time to arrive after the rest of our food, but it was great. I saw several people picking up to go orders, so maybe if we ordered from here again, sushi to go might be the way to roll.
Spider rolls and bibimbop are both tasty, and the seaweed and taco (octopus) salads are worth trying on the side. Staff is always helpful and the atmosphere is typically relaxed. I enjoy sitting at the bar for a beer and a quick lunch; there's something about the decor that just works well and adds to the experience for me. Been coming to this establishment for years and look forward to trying the new outdoor seating!