Okay. Sakura does not have the best sushi in the valley, and is definitely not top quality. However, if you know how to eat here, you can eat a ton of good food for a phenomenal price.
Their all-you-can-eat sushi lunch is $16, and while they don't serve super high quality ingredients (few inland sushi places do), if you stick to fried rolls, you'll have a hell of a meal for very little cost. Sakura also has some interesting desert rolls that are worth a try if you can fit it in.
Those who follow my reviews may be confused by my four star rating of Sakura. If you're looking for more traditional sushi rolls, there are better places. But if you're feeling a variety of fried rolls both vegetarian and carnivorous, and a lot of them... this is THE place to go.