I've been here several times and have never been disappointed, but I was especially pleased tonight. For the first time, I ordered the spicy miso ramen. The broth had just the right amount of spice and the noodles were the fresh kind of chewy. There were also bamboo shoots in the broth, which I loved because it reminded me of my grandmother. An old and dear friend met me there to celebrate his belated birthday (he'd never been there), and he just kept saying how good his tonkatsu ramen was. He ate every last bit of it and declared, "I'm definitely coming back!"
We also had some gyoza, which is consistently delicious here. It's never mushy. The outside is nice and crisp and the filling is tasty. Tonight, we also tried half of the char siu quesadilla. It was the kind of delicious where you give in and start licking your fingers because the sauce, drizzled on the outside, is that good! The quesadilla also came with sour cream and what looked like lomi salmon. My friend dipped his pieces in the sour cream and clearly loved it. I ate it plain because the crisp flour tortilla and char siu, surrounded by cheesy goodness, was enough for me.
The service here was also very good. I have yet to have bad service. The workers are always warm and welcoming, and they bring water and menus right away. They also don't let you run out of water, which is something that not a few restaurants are beginning to do.
We ended our meal by sharing a sweet potato pudding, which was delicious and a good consistency without being too sweet. It was the perfect ending to a great meal.
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