This restaurant is located adjacent to Walmart and very easy to locate. Upon entering, the atmosphere felt like being in someone’s house. The walls are lined with hundreds of Polaroid sized pictures. It is casual dining with a small sushi styled bar. An older couple doubles as wait staff and chefs. Although it is listed as a sushi establishment it is geared towards Korean food as well. Each patron receives their own seasoned cucumber entrée in kimchi sauce. Miso Soup is also served gratuitous, but has to be requested. I ordered bulgogi (Korean BBQ), goyza (pot stickers), and a California roll. I have eaten at many sushi, hibachi, and Korean restaurants before, but this was the best tasting of each–this includes the hibachi grill at Disney. The presentation and quality of the food was great.