If you visit Sushi-ya for the first time, you might be puzzled at why there are two Sushi Ya restaurants one next to the other. Fret not; they are both the same restaurant, each offering different dining atmosphere. While one has the old-school suburbian vibe with garden-atmosphere outdoor seatings, the other one has this modern layout with elegant yet intimate setting.
Upon our visit last week, we ordered several individual dishes. At first, the price does feel a little more expensive than other comparable restaurants. However, we later figured out that it was complemented with generous serving sizes. The food is of adequate quality and taste, with my dish (that was smoked eel with rice) proving to be one of the best in the menu.
The staffs are friendly, although they seem to be out of sight most of the time. The renovated restroom is very clean and modern and deserves this place another plus point.