“Not a complete fail.” That’s a pretty high compliment from my boyfriend. This place is so new that you can still smell the paint on the walls. The decor is pretty. We’ve walked by it for weeks wondering what it was going to be until the sign went up. So one rainy night after it opened we grabbed a menu to order take out. The selection of fish isn’t great and the prices on some of the dinners are a little high compared to other sushi joints in the area. We end up ordering four of the special rolls: Kappa – I didn’t really like this one. The cucumber wrap did not hold together at all, and the ponzu dressing was a bit strong. Caterpillar – This roll looked lovely and was pretty good. You can’t really go wrong with eel! Sadly, the avocado wasn’t as ripe as we prefer. Rainbow – It looks very nice and tastes OK. There’s nothing special about the flavors. Not my favorite roll and not sure we’d get it again. Spicy Crispy Tuna – This was probably my favorite of the four. It’s not chopped tuna, like you usually see with spicy tuna. Rather, the tuna piece is on top and the crunchy tempura flakes and spicy mayo is in the middle of the roll with roe and cucumber. I though the ingredients balanced pretty well. They used just the right amount of spicy mayo where most sushi places use too much. Total was a tad under $40. Rolls are reasonable sizes. Ginger is not homemade, but it’s not the fake pink stuff either. Take out comes with a disposable soy sauce dish! We’ll consider coming back to try more of the menu. CASH ONLY for now.