This is a work-a-day Japanese food and sushi rolls for cubicle dwellers. No one who comes in realizes that its owned and operated by Koreans, and those who do, don't seem to care. Their chicken bowl is popular and cheap, but has the tendency to be dry. Try the fish katsu instead, which is similar to a Filet-O-Fish if a Filet-O-Fish were crispy, the size of a baseball mitt, and worthy of your lunch. One entire wall has a backlit menu full of sushi roll pictures, and they have one or two slips of paper taped somewhere advertising specials like garlic chicken--basically their teriyaki chicken without the teriyaki and with more browned garlic pieces and broccoli. Should you order it, they offer some free pieces of gum to bring your breath back to normalcy.