Went here after hearing so many great things about it. Well, all I have to say is that Sushi must not be their specialty. The sushi was chewy, flavors didn't really hit that well either. Chewy sushi = mistreatment of the nori, and that is a critical thing that can make or break sushi rolls. Just overall a disappointment. They have social distanced with plexi panels between the tables. We got seated right at the end near the ramp up to the seating area and right by the front door. Of all places to have a plexi panel, that would be it... but no. When we first got seated, there was sushi pieces on the floor in the walkway from a previous guest. It took at least 15 minutes for it to get cleaned up. Mind you, it was not busy and we called ahead to be sure we could get seated. The guy on the phone was very obscure about hat whole process too. So being busy isn't an excuse to their lack of care to cleanliness and staffing. Overstaffed at the front desk, with 4 people generally standing around chatting too. Our Server, really tall guy maybe named Joe, was very nice though. He did good work and was the only saving grace to this not being a 2-star experience... because it was teetering on a fine line. Shocked honestly, at the experience we had. And to have spent over $100 on our bill (party of 2), made it quite disappointing overall. MANY better places to go get sushi, even the Freedom Commons location is better than this.