I urge you to try their Hwai Dup Bop. Though pricely at $18, you'll get all kinds of fish topped on seasoned rice and fresh vegetable. Not only you'll be satisfied, your date will be impressed by your choice. Although this isn't comparable to sushi in Japan, where they'd fillet the fresh live fish straight out of a fish tank, and which you don't easily find in the US, they are truely authentic. I've been to Japan before and tried some of the most high end and homey food. Miyako offers close to a lot of these experiences except the shoes taking off part. Staffs are friendly and courageous. They offer a just right length of menu, including non-sushi japanese and Korean items. Once you start going to Miyako, you'll see familiar customers all the time. You will be happy everytime you walk in here, smelling their home-made sesame oil.
Pros: Great food, friendly staff, Priced good
Cons: Not located in Japan