Although the decor and menu are more authentic than many places in this area, be prepared for a Korean twist (which is not necessarily a bad thing). The first time I went, I ordered the Korean equivalent of tekka-don (raw tuna served over rice). I've never had it before, and I enjoyed it quite a lot. The second time I ordered salmon shioyaki, which was pretty good. The salmon was tender, if a little undersalted. My companion wasn't particularly impressed with his sushi the first time. The broth for the seafood udon he ordered the second time seemed to be flavored primarily with hot pepper, but it grew on him and he gave it 5 out of 6 stars. Overall, the food is nicely prepared--not stunning, but not disappointing either. And the location can't be beat.