Kabuki is huge, cavernous, and exactly what you'd expect a sushi emporium at the Irvine Spectrum would look like. It has a sushi bar, but it is unlikely that you'll end up sitting there. If you did, it's not the kind of place you can cultivate a relationship with the chef like at smaller mom-n-pops, because, well, this ain't a mom-n-pop--it's part of a sprawling empire that has other Kabuki's just like this in other cities. The menu plays it safe and the lobby boasts photos of its many celebrity clients, none of whom you necessarily look up to for their taste in Japanese cuisine. As such, order what they'd order and you'll be just fine.