This place definitely has a better non-sushi lunch selection than Hiro's
Sushi; like Hiro’s, however, it opens later than most lunch places, so I
don't stop here as often as I would otherwise. While not by any means
the best Japanese food I've had, it's perfectly fine, and inexpensive,
and the location is convenient. The lunch boxes are a very good deal.
The yakisoba is OK, the tempura is better than expected, and the udon
noodle soup is good. My favorite is the teriyaki salmon. I sat at the
teppan grill for the first time, and while it was not quite as good as
Sakura, it's still good enough that I would rather come here. I think
the people there are perfectly friendly, and the service is just fine.
I don't have any real complaints.
The place now has new owners, and a new interior: it looks more like a
wanna-be upscale Hilton or Marriott rather than the understated setting
it used to have. The menu has changed slightly, but it's still good.
They do need to update their web site.
|Business Category:||Local establishment (1-2 locations) |
|Breakfast (1-10):|| |
|Lunch (1-10):||8 |
|Dinner (1-10):|| |
|Cleanliness (1-10):||8 |
|Service (1-10):||7 |
|Noise (1-10):||8 |
|How often visited:||Many times |
|How likely to return:||Definitely |
|Last known visit:||2017-10-09 |
|Last updated:||2017-11-05 |
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