We swung in for lunch, after marginal sushi at another area restaurant the week before. We picked Seoul on rating and proximity alone. That being said, we were very impressed. We had 5 rolls (through lunch combos and one a la cart) and a nigiri lunch assortment. The rolls were good, and the pieces of hosomaki were plentiful enough to make up for the their simplicity. The a la cart roll we ordered was the Central Park roll, which had mango and apple in it. It was delicious, but a little sweet for my unagi-craving tongue. The nagiri was excellent, and was all meat. (No tomago. I think the pieces were shrimp, kanikama, salmon, tuna, yellowtail, mackeral, and snapper. That's from memory, so the last three may have been different.) Lastly, our server was amazing. We new what we wanted, but he was very helpful to neighboring tables in helping them decide which rolls they would like. If i have to mention one drawback, it is that there is no a la cart nigiri menu. I think they focus on their rolls, and the variety of low-end through high-end rolls rolls is phenomenal.