Tried this place for lunch and loved the seafood ramen with crabmeat and shrimp tempura. Each bowl comes out looking like a work of art. The chicken katsu (fried chicken breast Japanese style) with shitake mushrooms was also delicious with very tasty broth and a sliced hard-boiled egg. I like that they have large tables to share or you can sit at table bar near the window or near the grill. They have different sauces (seasonings) on the table for you to try. The edamame was perfectly steamed and lightly salted. The portion is very large so that makes it worth the price and the food seems very authentic. It's impressive.
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