Description: A sushi restaurant and bar in Old Ballard.
Decor: Ballard-by-way-of-Belltown, as evidenced by the bar's granite countertop, plain dark walls, and identical furniture units aligned in perfect rows.
Happy hours: Mon–Fri 4:30–6:30 pm, Fri–Sat 11 pm–midnight.
Happy-hour drink specials: $3 hot sake, $3 well drinks, $3–$4 draft beers (Laughing Buddha, Sapporo), $6 wine.
Happy-hour food specials: Various discounts, including $5 pork gyoza and $6 spicy tuna roll.
Perpetually priced sushi offerings: Ninja, Samurai, and Bruce Lee rolls ($9.50, $11.50, $12.50 respectively).
Fun facts about Bruce Lee (the person, not the roll): He had a nasty temper (one account describes his becoming violently unhinged during a sparring match with a considerably less-skilled opponent); he was called the Cha Cha King of Hong Kong and carried lists of dance steps in his wallet; his battered-into-deformity knuckles resembled flesh-covered grapes; he was a lifelong smoker.