I tend to judge a good sushi restaurant by the quality and presentation of their sashimi, and this restaurant does that, but as expected, its pricey, about 20,000 Colones pp. I did not like their Ramen, preferring instead their Udon soup. There is no Japanese sushi chef, but a locally trained chef. This restaurant also provides customers with hibachi grills, but I have not eaten hibachi, preferring instead sashimi, udon, miso, and gyoza. Be careful if you order a Spicy Tuna Hand Roll, you have to explain what you want here. Not a lot of Sake variety in Sake, typically one offered, served either hot or at ambient temperature. Good sake!
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