Tucked into a suburban strip mall between a Korean grocery and a Japanese video store, this atmospheric spot loves a lot more than just sushi. Billing itself as a Japanese-Korean restaurant, it complements great sashimi, nigiri and enormous rolls like the crunchy California ($4.35) and the Secret Sushi ($9.95) with more unusual specialties, such as barbecued salmon collars and the Korean bibimbob ($9.95), a rice bowl with steamed veggies and thin-sliced beef topped with a fried egg. (BO)