It looks like Momiji has taken care of their service issues and I think they now qualify for a "Good" rating. So now, they've got a great location, good sushi, and good service. But really, of the places where I've had sushi over the years, I can't remember any of them "wowing" me with outstanding service anyway. Generally, when I remember a good sushi spot, I first think about the freshness of the food. If it's fresh, the place is clean, and the service isn't bad, I'm probably going to be satisfied. I basically go by the rule that if it smells strong of fish, then it's not fresh, and it's definitely not good sushi.
When you walk into Momiji, you smell just a hint of cool, fresh seafood -- enough that you know it's a sushi place, but not so much that it overpowers the other aromas. The fam went on "$1 sushi night," which is Sundays from 4pm to 9pm. The paper menus on the tables have a list of the $1 items along with various rolls and yakisoba dishes. All we had to do was check off the items we wanted with a count of how many, and when the server arrived, hand her the list. The California roll ($4.50) and sushi pieces ($1/ea) that I had arrived on an attractive plate, tasted great, and were very fresh. The pork yakisoba ($7.95) was pretty nondescript with a few strips of carrots, cabbage, and a strong Chinese five-spice flavor -- it tasted OK, but was nothing to write home about. If you've had yakisoba before, then you've had this.
As other readers have commented, the Salem Roll ($7.95) is nothing short of awesome (picture, right). I'd venture to guess it's not something die-hard sushi lovers would generally order (since the whole roll is lightly fried), but it really is fantastic, and a great way to satisfy the companion you drag along that doesn't appreciate sushi.
Overall, our bill came to about $10 per person, but I could easily have spent $20 feasting on $1 sushi pieces had I gone with a bigger appetite.