Shamed they call this a Sushi bar.
First of all tthe waitstaff was about as rude as you can be. The sushi was a far cry from being real sushi. (overpriced doesn't make it good). I think I could have found fresher fish in the Olentangy after a rainstorm. One good attribute was Dj spun good music, however was a little to assure of herself as well. My advice visit Tokyo and hire a real sushi chef..
Stylish Japanese fare and cocktails on a college student-sized budget.. The Scene Located in the heart of campus, Bento Go-Go occupies the former home of the Insomnia Coffeehouse and Skyline Chili. The downstairs has been converted into a well-lit, cafeteria-style serving area with brightly-colored booths; the upstairs sake lounge is a sleeker space (and more pleasant for dinner), with flat-panel televisions and Japanese pop art-inspired decor.
The Food Bento boxes are the main feature, and there's plenty of food packed in for the low cost. The mango chicken isn't as zingy as one might expect, but the sides that come with it, like seaweed salad, pickled vegetables and vegetable tempura, are filling and tasty alternatives. The miso-glazed baked salmon, stuffed with spinach and cream, is also worth a try. Standard sushi rolls, like California and spicy tuna, are the best deal in town. The house drink specialty is the saketini, which comes in fresh flavors like orange blossom and cucumber-melon.