I was happy to learn that Sebo decided to shake things up a bit and offer izakaya on Sundays. While their sushi is fantastic (and served Tues-Sat), they're talented with the stove/grill as well. The menu will be changing weekly and our group of 4 managed to make it through the entire (quite varied) menu. A few homestyle classics were done very well (bitter melon with egg, daikon). And there were a few outstanding dishes including a grilled fish collar, kakuni, and marinated eggplant. At $5-8 per dish, prices are very affordable. I'm looking forward to returning.