Creative sushi menu, fresh nigiri, truly stellar tempura, super-low prices, and a great whopping fish kite spread across the far wall. So what’s not to like? Well, you’re going to have to wait, because this place is seriously tiny and seriously popular. Luckily, they’ve developed a highly symbiotic relationship with the newly renovated C-Bar next door. They also seem to have cleaned up their long-running bad-girl/bad-boy/bad-service act, and (for now) again skew toward the friendly.