I believe this place is better known as Gyoza Lou, especially by the local hipster crowd. Expect a bit of waiting to get a table; took us about 20 minutes to get in. Food is great; very limited menu of two kinds of gyoza plus rice, soup, bean sprouts and pickles.
We were seated in a little room with two other tables and we could not actually see the kitchen from our seats. Best atmosphere in a typical gyoza joint is seated at the bar in front of the grill. You get bathed in steam and grease from the cooking but that's part of the charm.
Kitchen-side seats here would fit that scenario so you are lucky to get seated there. Men's restroom here could have used some cleaning but I guess that's also part of the atmosphere!
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