It's a modern-looking interior with some Japanese touches.
We always order Karaage when we see it on the menu. It's one of the benchmarks we use to judge a Japanese restaurant. There were 5 pieces for $6.50. It wasn't pretty but it had a nice coating and juicy, tender chicken. I still think Orenchi Ramen in Santa Clara makes it better.
Garlic Tonkotsu Shoyu Ramen--$12.50. You can order it with low sodium. It came with a piece of Chasu, soft-boiled egg, bamboo shoot, bean sprouts and a piece of seaweed. The egg and bamboo shoo were sweet. The noodles were toothy and good but the broth was a little too thick for me. It had nice flavor though.
Woodblock bathroom sign.
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