This is a simple and very friendly eatery. We were seated at a large round table with a Lazy Susan that made it easy to converse and pass food about. We each had the excellent seafood with noodles, a large soupy affair. You have a choice of six or so different noodles. I had the thin rice noodles, and my wife the thicker udon noodles. Delicious.
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