I usually go to Noodle World to get udon ("oo-dohn" not "ooooo-DAWN"). The food is good, a little pricey, not enough noodles. The last time when I went for lunch, Lashay waited on me. I ordered udon - it comes with pork slices, Japanese fish cake (kamaboko), tofu, green onions, seaweed, udon noodles. One thing I expect is when someone works at a restaurant, they should know how to pronounce the names of food correctly. While I sat and ate, she draped herself over the register while she took orders from customers plus could not pronounce the names of food correctly. Not a very good impression!
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