We sat outside in the evening, even though there were no heat lamps and it was fine.
Restaurant inside gets noisy and crowded, especially on a Saturday night in August. We enjoyed the street noodles with pork and the the teriyaki chicken with small salad. The chicken was a better value as it was a nice size order while the noodle dish was mostly noodles with some veggies, mushrooms and a small order of pork. Wines by the glass for Cabernet and Pinot noir were $9 each. Service was friendly and efficient. There is ample parking in the lot behind the restaurant, which is located in a small shopping center, adjacent to the roundabout. Reservations are only accepted for large parties.
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