That;s Jun in the the foreground - very genki.
Note the sauce cup. I haven't seen this before, a take-out sushi place that gives you a sauce cup for your soy sauce. It's the little things that make a good shop.
I ordered an assortment of sushi, including the spicy tuna roll (I don't know why, but it's become one of my favourite types of maki sushi), 2 pc toro, 1 pc 1kura, and 1 pc amaebi. The spicy tuna roll was pretty good, and they drizzle it with some sort of spicy mayo dressing. The toro is of pretty good quality, and had some nice marbling that is pretty much the only way that allows you to describe tuna as rich and almost creamy. The ikura was piled on pretty generously, but what got my attention was the way they prepared the amaebi. The prawn tail was done like most other places, but they deep-fried the head for me, which not many other places do. I'm not sure if they always do this thought, because when I ordered over the another phone during my second visit (within one week), they didn't do this. I'll make sure I request it next time because the deep fried prawn head was incredible.
Since it was my lunch was only 1/2 hour, and I didn't pack my lunch, options were limited to what was in the area - Save-On-Foods (sometimes I just get a whole BBQ Chicken and split it up over 3 or 4 meals), or Nando's, or a walk to the Lansdowne Food Court. Fresh Slice is not an option, so I decided to try Tokyo Joe's. I admit, I had my doubts, but in the end, I was glad I took the chance to try Tokyo Joe's.
The food is fantastic, the service is very friendly (the staff look like they really enjoy their work - which to me is great) and pretty quick, and price is reasonable, but just a bit more than I'd like to pay (because I'm cheap). Will I go back? Definitely....when I'm not being kechii (cheap).