Wow is all i have to say.
Food was excellent. I had the teriyaki bowl, and the wife had the Salmon bowl. These dishes were well beyond our expectations. The beef was delicious and my wife said the salmon was great. would highly recommend. Prices are very reasonable as well.
Single-room sushi spot lures college and neighborhood following for innovative rolls and traditional Japanese cuisine.. In Short One of the oldest sushi restaurants in the area, most guests stumble across it by word-of-mouth while visiting El Camino College. Surrounded by two churches and the campus, the entrance offers an open-air patio with cozy tabletops. Without the customary open sushi bar, guests sit at one of the tables lining the restaurant's interior among pop poster art and traditional Japanese decor. Lunchtime features teriyaki bento boxes, with spicy cut rolls and sashimi selections served throughout the day.