If you want sushi, this is the place to go! The waitstaff and chefs are super friendly and make sure you are well taken care of. The music they play is fun to listen to & they keep the volume down so you can enjoy yourself. The decor is mainly Japanese art and the restaurant has very neutral colors. There is a gorgeous piece of art on one wall that I admire each time we go in. Now to the sushi... OH MY!! Let me start off by saying that I was not a fan of sushi until a few months ago, and Midori has me hooked. All other sushi is compared to Midori, and most of it doesn't live up to the excellent food Midori serves. All of the ingredients taste so fresh (you would think they were catching the fish out back). The Shashimi salad is to die for! Every roll is incredible. And the cream cheese they use...I don't even know how to describe how good it is. The eel (and I'm sure other fish too, the eel is just my favorite) "melts" in your mouth. This place is so good!!! That doesn't mean it's inexpensive though. I think the least we have ever spent for a meal was between $50 & $60, and that was for lunch. However, if you are love your sushi, and are willing to pay for it, spending $100 or is nothing. It's a meal worth the price. I highly recommend this little restaurant that a lot of people don't really know about.