This place was packed when we arrived. We were hungry and we saw lots of what appeared to be locals dining in this establishment, so we said to ourselves - it should be worth trying.
The food was actually pretty good. It is a bit of a fusion and not pure Japanese cuisine we were expecting. It's nonetheless pretty tasty. We tried their special Bento, a "Rainbow Roll" and a ramen dish. All are pretty good except that the roll had more rice than we would have preferred.
It's a pretty good place if you don't mind the loud background music.
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