The energy feels good...cozy with enough modern feel to make it feel relevant. The basil chicken is my favorite. The pad thai is Amy's. The sushi is best when you order it omakase style (chef's choice) from the chef's. Lori, the bartender, made some of the best perfect negroni's I've had in quite some time.
They definitely do sushi right. It's like a 1, 2 punch of classic sushi items and modern sushi. They also have a huge vegetarian selection that makes Amy happy.
We had a sushi platter of 4.5 rolls, fire king rolls, maki moriawase (sushi roll sampler) and ankimo (monkfish liver) that was great. Amy got a zaru soba (buckwheat noodles) and age-dashi tofu (fried tofu) that she really liked.