This casual spot from the team behind Fat Bao is the first sushi bar in the northern Heights. Our initial experience with the inventive menu was hit-and-miss. The Balsamic Tuna was generous but overly sweet. The Miss Piggy roll intrigued, with its marinated apple and fried pork belly, but it fell apart. Some of the specials, though, were amazing, like the buttery salmon nigiri and the Japanese pumpkin risotto. On the grilled side, the ribeye in the negimaki melted in our mouth, but the avocado it was rolled with was mushy. The saving grace was the lobster ramen, a vessel of goodness with a delicate seafood broth, brussels sprouts, and chunks of lobster tail.