Wifey and I discovered this spot a couple years back when visiting family. The first time we went we were quite impressed with the quality of the food in what looks like a hole in the wall sushi bar. The management has since changed and now I'm writing a new review. I was a bit apprehensive when I spotted "krab" (big red flag for me) on the menu on almost every roll. I really think krab is disgusting and always feel like calling its presence on the menu a blemish is being overly kind.
So we ordered from the somewhat limited menu of non-krab rolls and I can say we're still happy to drive past 2 or 3 other sushi joints to make it to Samurai. The sashimi we ordered was sliced perfectly, tasted fresh and delicious. The rolls we ordered (names escape me) were a bit too busy with the ingredients. But that's the point of specialty rolls. Combine a lot of stuff and see what happens.
I cannot describe how fun the staff is at Samurai. We went to grab dinner around 4 in during the work week (just how it worked out) and the head chef, James Lee, chatted with us at the sushi bar and told us some fun stories. I also managed to convince the younger fellow to do some one arm pushups for fun. Can't wait to go back next time we're in the state.