The advantage of this suburban Asian is that you get a choice of Japanese or Chinese menus. The maki rolls were good and could have used a little more seasoning and fresh fish. The Chinese entries were generous (beef and lamb dishes with noodles) but were heavy on the sauce and light in the seasoning and vegetables. The major downside was a crowded bar that was loud and impeded the regular dining experience.
All in all, not bad and you can do better.
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