I realize they sell sushi and Thai stuff, but the place is basically Korean. Their sushi is like everyone else's: frozen fish, second-rate rice, weird sauces to cover it up. The Thai I haven't had, so I won't comment. But the Korean food is solid.
This is a place for lunch, basically. The menu is kind of limited, and a little pricey for what it is (that's why they sell sushi, where you can make a fortune). But the chap chae, the kimchi and soondobu jigae--these are really rather good, and demonstrate just who's actually cooking back there.
The special lunchbox menu includes a nice "bulgogi rice" thing. It's basically a little pile of quick-cooked bulgogi, and then scattered through the rest of the box some rice, a little fake-o makizushi, some pickle, some kimchi, a couple nice fried fish balls, and some salad. An excellent lunch, to be honest, and at a fair price. Or just get one of the Korean entrees and skip any sides or appetizers.
It's nothing too great, frankly, but it's solid, clean, attentive, and (for the Korean food anyway) quite tasty.
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