hokusai - new in BH
my friend had the omakase - and i did notice that each of the portions were very generous - i ate a lot off of each one of his 6 plates. they were creative and nicely presented, and the omakase didn't feel too expensive. We arrived within the happy hour time on purpose (5-7), but were told that happy hour prices were only available at the bar...that said, martinis were $12 each, which felt a little high.
the restaurant's decor has dramatically improved since it was Continental, although it kind of has the feeling that some strip mall/casual sushi joints have (boss sushi, fat fish) like they've put these heavy black table cloths on all the tables and have closed the blinds - and that's supposed to equal sophistication...but it doesn't. it doesn't feel original.
it's certainly not koi or katsuya, and i think for my money I would stick with hirozen or azami on a wednesday night.
also my tivo managed to screw up american idol....so that could be impacting my review.