I am of opinion Korean and Japanese food in same menu means one or the other would be lower in quality and authenticity. This is one of the few Korean restaurant with competent Japanese sushi/sashimi. Due to the location, prices are slightly higher. Great korean dishes like Bulgogi (beef) and Zeyuk Bukom (pork) hot plate set, Haemul pazon (Seafood and chive pancake) and Kimchi noodle soup to name a few. My kids tried the Akiyama Set 1 and Sushi Set 1 and were happy with the sushi served.
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