After seeing this place for a month or so and wondering what it was all about, my wife and I stopped in to give it a try. The menu is on the wall so you can take your time prior to getting in line. The young lady that took our order seemed almost like she was trying to rack up our bill by asking for upgrading this and that. Because we were trying it out I just went for it and added meat and soup. The spaghetti and meatballs was just ok. I was not impressed at all with that. My wife got the Japanese noodles with beef. The noodles were burnt and just had a scorched flavor to it, however the beef that was added was very good. The thing that I could not get enough of was the tomato soup. I would easily say that is easily one of the best tomato soups I have ever had. The price is not horrible (23 bucks out the door for both of us sharing a large drink) More than likely we will not return to this place with our favorite place across the street but it may be better for other peoples tastes. I would have liked to try the Wisconsin mac and cheese so they may see me one more time.
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