Sushi Katsu 4 out of 5 star reviews
5 Stars!
Great sushi! The all you can eat is really the way to go, at first glance it seems like it's expensive, but if you add up the price per piece, it really is a good deal. They even have non-sushi items like dumplings, teriyaki skewered meat (chicken, beef and fish), and a few other items for those that aren't that into sushi. The service was friendly and quick, and it's fun to watch the chefs prepare the sushi. The only thing with the all you can eat that can be a little intimidating to first-time eaters is that it isn't a menu you order from, just a check list with the names of the sushi. If you aren't sure what something is you either have to chance it or cross check with the real menu. I personally suggest the unagi, it was very tasty. Everything was very fresh and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
-p31moss - Google Review

4 Stars!
I did it, I went for the all you can eat because I took a someone with me that was an amateur when it came to sushi and I thought what better way than basic rolls and munchies for a first sushi experience.  It was much more that I was expecting.  We had several beginner rolls that were very good.  We also tried some sashimi and apps. I have to say the fried calamari was the best I've ever had.  All this food and a drink and tip for $20 buck a a person can't be beat.
-by Angela A - Yelp

5 Stars!
I went there for lunch. It's worth every penny! The test is excellent, foods are fresh, and the place is in good hygiene. In addition, I don't have to wait for too long to get foods. The waitress and staffs are polite. And, the price is reasonable.

All in all, this reataurant will change your mind-set that a good japanese reataurant doesn't have to be freaking expensive!
-by Kollawat at Citysearch

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