I walked by this place quite frequently whenever I’m at city and never realized that this place was split into two places! I thought it was just a huge Japanese restaurant but no! One side sells rice dishes and the other side sells noodles.
I’ve only been to the rice side and this time, I tried the noodle side. It’s popular (always has been) but queuing did not take too much of our time as the service was quick quick quick.
Basically, they have quite a few options you can choose for noodle dishes. Once you’ve chosen your desired noodles, you are free to include toppings and extra side dishes for an additional price.
I ordered a regular Tonkotsu Kaarage Udon for $8.90 (ginormous size!) and Fish Teriyaki + Vegetarian Fish cake.
Overall, dinner was less than $15 for one and can be even less if you don’t order the extras! I kind of regretted ordering the fish cakes because the noodles was more than enough but they were so mouth-watering!
Even though it is affordable, it does get super busy during peak hours and there aren’t many seats. But lots of people who eat here are usually in a rush so seats will open up quickly.