We arrived at 12:45 and left at around 2. The time was well spent. Don't go if you are in a hurry. This is a slow-food place. The prepare the soba noodles by hand for each order. The miso soup I had was unlike anything I've ever had. Each ingredient had its own flavor. No making ahead of time and blending of flavors. The down side is that it takes so long to prepare that they are considering closing for lunch because they can't keep up. I hope they find a way to trim down the menu choices so they can stay open. I'd love to go there for lunch once a week.
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