It was a bit confusing who you were supposed to tell what to if you were making your own roll but I'm sure my 2nd visit it will come more naturally. There was the person who got the seaweed, then the fish guy, then passed to the "roller" and threw all the rolls into a slicer. The final step was the topper guy - do you want spicy mayo, masago, sesame seeds and extra tempura? No problem.
Word to the wise - order less than you think you need. My eyes are always bigger than my stomach but with the reasonable prices at Soho Sushi I assumed these rolls would be bite sized. I was shocked when my two rolls were spilling over the sides of as were my husband's. The rolls were filled with large pieces of fish which is very rare in our world of "half price sushi" nights when you find yourself asking..."where's the fish?" I got the spicy tuna and shrimp tempura. For those sushi lovers that despise the minced up spicy "tuna" as much as I do at cheap sushi places have no fear here. This is chunks of tuna that have marinated. None of that spicy mayo mixed inside to hide that "not so sushi grade" fish. I wasn't impressed with the eel but may give it another try since it's typically my favorite. The best part was for less than $20 we both ate enough to want to unbutton our pants AND had extra left over for dinner that night!
Now don't get me wrong - there are better sushi joints in town with more gourmet selections. However, if you find yourselves downtown around lunch time hit this spot up. I don't think you'll be disappointed and your wallet won't be too much thinner.
Score: 32 points (3 Turkeys)
Ambiance (2), Tastiness of Dishes (6), Menu (3), Drink Selection (2), Cost (8), Accessibility (4), Service (3), Location (4)