Morimotos is a beautiful restaurant, but lacks flavor or uniqueness that I would expect from a great chef.
The service was good, but not exceptional (think of any big chain restaurants).
Sake: Morimoto's Junmai: Average in taste, abit harsher than expected.
Appetizers: Hamachi Tacos (average taste, would not order again), Calamari salad (would order again), Gyoza (think of any pots-stickers, nothing special; would not order again).
Sushi Platter ($135 option): Would not recommend. The quality and freshness was just not there. Sushi II has much better quality. The uni was not fresh, and had a foul smell/taste, and did not finish. Their fish roe was not fresh either, not the crisp bursting roe. Sushi was breaking apart even when picking up by hand.
Entree: Hamachi Bin Bimabop: Would recommend; great presentation and taste.