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Really glad we tried this spot out. Quaint warm cozy chic spot. Great menu options everything we tried was awesome. Place was quiet and clean, since there weren't many people in there we got very quick service. We tried a little bit of everything. The sushi rolls were pretty good. We ended up getting two orders of the pork belly pineapple skewers they were so good. My favorite though was the big kahuna bowl. It was so fresh perfectly balanced flavors and a huge portion. Can't wait to go back.
The food was great - the yakisoba was excellent. A great portion size and also very flavourful. The drinks were quite expensive, however, for the type of vibe this restaurant presents was expected.
Great seating outside. Food was good! The brussel sprouts were GREAT! The Warmack sauce is delicious and the kimchi tasted freshly made. The drinks were tasty and the service was good as well. Definitely worth the cost.
The food was great! We had the teriyaki bonburi salmon with Brussels the salmon was cooked perfectly. We also had the Yaki udon which tasted like a little bit like a Thai peanut sauce we loved it. We also tried the yummy katsu bao buns as an appetizer and it was delicious. I ordered an old fashioned inspired cocktail they used tequila instead but it was pretty good. The service here was ok was a little disappointed because the food was very good. We didnt really had a server it was a different server every time which made the process slow.
I wish I took a picture of my sushi roll that literally had no seafood inside of it just fried "shrimp", there was no shrimp. Little John silver wouldn't even serve this kind of stuff. We also got a Manhattan with basil Hayden and got upcharged $2 for a martini because "it came in a martini glass".. idk I didn't even get to take the glass home so not sure how that makes sense. Anyways, here's our overpriced bill for mediocre food. Let's leave it on a positive note, the YakiUdon was good!