Despite the weird name, this is a very cozy place to get sushi, Japanese cuisine and sake. Granted the Menu is not as expanded as those ones that I have frequented but the quality is pretty good. If you look at it from the outside, it looks like a hole in the wall place, but the inside of the restaurant is pretty cool. Yeah, it is a little small and only seats about 25-35 people (not including the bar) but it is pretty cozy.
The Udon noodles here are very fresh and good. I also had the Toro Nigiri (Tuna Belly), a Red Dragon sushi roll and Ikura Nigira, they were all fresh and were pretty tasty. Appetizers were good, chicken wings and grilled beef tongue (they were out of the soft shell crab) For dessert, we had a cheese cake and fried ice cream.
I will come back to this place real soon. The waitresses were pretty friendly and they were 'lookers'.