I came here for a mother’s day dinner as this kind of cuisine is normally a bit fancy for me. The experience at this establishment was not too bad regarding food quality, I just wish there was a little bit more of it. Our waiter was very nice and tentative to our table for the most part. There was just a little bit of difficulty in the beginning. The waiter initially asked us for our order and my mother needed a minute to decide. When she said she needed a minute, she did not mean 10. While only 10 minutes passed, it feels longer when you are hungry and waiting for food. I am always afraid to ask for a minute from a waiter at restaurants for this very reason. I even noticed our waiter took the dessert order for another huge table, brought them their dessert, and gave them their check all in between the time we were waiting to order. When our time finally came, we ordered the dragon roll to start which was 20 bucks; while the sushi was delicious and on a fancy plate, 20 bucks is the price of a pizza to which I can be full for an entire day. The quality of the sushi was good, as said I just wish there was more for that price. I ordered a diet coke to drink and was a bit let down to see them bring a small bottle out to my table. In restaurant languages, this means no free refills which means an automatic star off. Through my years of reviewing, I have gained 0 tolerance for no free refills on soda. Places; especially those that charge this much, need to offer free refills. I am not in the mood to ration my soda throughout the meal, but nonetheless, there are some positives. My main course was the saving grace as I ordered the sesame tuna. The tuna came out cooked exactly how I liked it. The tuna portion was small but quite delicious. I also got fries on the side which were pretty good. I was not crazy about the price of the fries as they were 10 bucks which is the price of a burger and fries at some places. I ordered it assuming that a ton would come out, but the portion was not that much. If they were like 5 bucks, I would understand but for ten dollars I want a basket overflowing with fries. I left the dinner with a good taste in my mouth, but I was still quite hungry. When spending over 200 bucks on a fancy meal for mother’s day, I would like to leave the restaurant absolutely full and almost unable to move. This unfortunately was not the experience that I wanted, but I am glad that there were some positives. Nice job on the tuna and fries, I would just advise piling up more fries if they are going to cost 10 bucks. I am glad my mother enjoyed her meal however, I needed to eat right after.