This East Village sushi joint always has a line, but is worth the wait. The decor is sleek and modern, although the dining area is on the smaller side.
I've been here twice. Once I had the maki combination which was delicious. The rolls weren't too big or too small, and the rice was just the right texture and consistency. Another time, I had the chicken teriyaki which was served with a bowl of rice, and made for a very filling meal.
Perhaps not the best sushi in Manhattan, but the food is fresh, tasty and won't disappoint. Plus, you're right in the heart of the East Village so there are plenty of places to get dessert and coffee or a drink afterwards!