Had a very enjoyable lunch here today. Was especially intrigued by the place because the menu features a lot of Korean as well as Japanese dishes (I believe it is owned by Korean people). The menu is very extensive and there are I don't know how many types of sushi available.
We had two of the dinner boxes, the tonkatsu pork cutlet and the bulgogi one -- each came with miso soup, a nice little salad with a sweetish dressing, rice, 3 gyoza, several pieces of very good tempura including a shrimp, 6 pieces of California roll, and a large portion of the main dish. Everything was very well prepared and delicious.
We also had the soondoobu soft tofu stew with kimchi and mushrooms, which came with an egg to be stirred into it. Very very savory and perfectly spiced.
We were given cold bean thread noodles with vegetables and sesame oil, and little bottles of yakult-type yogurt drink for dessert.
All of this was a very reasonable $45.00, in an attractive room with very nice service.