I live near this place, so decided to try it today for a quick meal.
The service was horrible. The person who seated me, and took my order, was probably one of the owners' children, and looked disinterested, tossing the menu on the table as I sat down. It also immediately worries me what the food will be like when none of the staff are speaking Japanese.
I ordered 2 simple things - a sockeye roll, and katsu-don.
The sockeye roll was ok, primarily because of the fish - it being in season and all. Like many places though, they don't understand what the "su" in sushi is - the rice had little flavour, and was even a little undercooked. The sliced roll segments didn't stay together on the plate either.
Now I figure katsu-don was something that would be hard to screw up. How wrong I was. It looked ok when it arrived, with what appeared to be a nice deep-fried pork cutlet completely covering the rice in the bowl. The aroma of the sauce was about the right balance of sweet and salty. However, as soon as I picked up a piece of the katsu, my appetite dropped. The pork scallopini inside was the same thickness as the batter, so you were literally eating twice as much batter as pork. I really just can't see any justification for serving such garbage, especially considering pork is a very inexpensive meat. It was, truly, pathetic... not at all what a katsu-don should be.
Those two items and a pop cost about $11 less some change. I think it was worth more like $5.