Sooki and her daughter worked in the Oaks Mall adjacent to where Mrs. Fields' Cookies now is, and across the footpath from what used to be McSweeney's, a tavern and restaurant. But that was 20+ years ago. It's now in Newbury Park, in the strip mall adjacent to Ralph's at Ventu Park Road. The original dishes, mainly soba (noodles) are still on the menu, and they're very similar if not identical to before. What's added is a host of sushi rolls, nicely prepared, not bargain priced, but reasonable. There is a 2 roll option which gives you a reduced price, but it is not 2:1. The new owners are quiet, polite, and service is relatively quick. Many people order take-out so you'll see people strolling in often during your visit picking up lunch or dinner. This is a minimal service restaurant; you order at the counter, sit down after paying, an your meal is delivered a while later. It's a good deal. My usual bill is about $24, but I'm stuffed.
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