Cuisine(s): Japanese, Sushi
Payment Type(s): MasterCard, Visa, cash
Features: Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Takeout, Private Party, Catering, Wheelchair Accessible
Serving: Dinner, Lunch
Parking: Lot Available
Phoenix New Times's Description
The cafe is tiny, the menu is tiny, and that's half the fun of this intimate Japanese experience. The regular menu sticks to the basics, like chicken katsu and teriyaki salmon. But the sushi is sparkling fresh, with lots of interesting daily specials (squid, Spanish mackerel, luscious toro).
Sit on the left side of the sushi bar and chat with Mo, it's his restaurant and he is a cool cat
Tied with Hiro as the top sushi in the valley.
Miso soup, salad dressing are very good, high quality fresh sashimi.
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