My gf and I walked in on a Sunday evening for a late dinner. We missed the rush hour influx and were seated immediately.
We ordered 10 dishes total, including whole mackerel, saba miso and a few other fried delights, but what stood out to us were the softbone chicken joints and the beef tongue skewers, both of which we ordered twice. All were tasty but there were negative aspects of each dish. The chicken joints were too salty while the beef tongue, which had a simple but addictive light marinade, was quite a tough piece, even for beef tongue. The spring rolls were typical, as were the takoyaki balls and the salmon marinated sashimi didn't work too well with the sauce, altering the texture of the salmon too much. My gf noticed right away how this location is tailored more towards the area. Also, you don't get water or tea!
Service was ultra slow, both servers and kitchen speed. Seems to be a synonymous with Izakaya dining if not a coincidence. We didn't get any checkups from the staff but I will say that when you do get their attention, they are amazingly friendly. Minus another point for service in relation to number of dining patrons.
Pretty ratty on the inside, but the norm for an asian outfit. Table space is tight so respect your neighbours.
Overhyped? Yes. It's good but not great. Still, I would come back.