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Posted by Phil from Québec on 06/07/2007
Best restaurant I've ever went! Excellent service, great food (I took the pork cutlet with rice and curi sauce), it was excellent. I also learned to eat with sticks, so it was fun. And to conclude, the girl who served us was cute. I recommend this restaurant to anyone going to New-York City.
Posted by kevin on 05/31/2007
This place was really busy but we were in & out in no time before our matinee.
Posted by Dave UK on 04/28/2007
Good, cheap and plentiful food. Not what you would call a fine dining establishment but it was busy the whole time we were inside. And if you want a ringing endorsement? The majority of the clientele were Oriental. It was without doubt the best value place we dined at during our stay. If you are looking for a quick stop kind of place, which we needed as we were off to the theatre, then this fits the bill perfectly.
Posted by Castro on 12/26/2006
A great pick in the Theatre district if you are looking for a bargain and fast service. No great atmosphere and no sushi here, but delightful noodle dishes and cutlets. Warm and cozy steaming bowls of noodles on a winter evening.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/10/2006
The foods are really good, and the prices are pretty reasonable. It definitely is one restaurant that i recommend everyone to try (if you're a japanese food lover, that is).
Posted by ramen junkie on 07/20/2006
I just started working in the area and needed a ramen fix- but this place is just average. ramen was bland noodles were ok- nothing special about it. much better available in the city but will do the trick when really desperate.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/30/2006
We eat here everytime we visit New York. Having grown up in Japan, this place always gives me a feeling of home. The food is great and you get lots of it at a good price. It's not the typical tourist hangout, in fact, I discovered this place while living in NY. It's quite smal and it tends to get crowed during lunch hour. My daughter loves the Yakisoba and my husband always orders the Oyakodon. We come here for the food as well as for the atmosphere.