I was drawn to this little restaurant off the main drag because of the lively atmosphere and the fact that it was totally full- a good sign when many restaurants were sparsely occupied. The casual, intimate space seats no more than 20, but because of the many windows, it does not feel cramped. What I appreciated most about this restaurant was the delicious Okinawan cuisine (the chef is from Okinawa and "Suba" means noodle there, hence the name) and the friendly interactions with the staff. They did not have an english menu, but I asked for something vegetarian. The chef came out and suggested a dish made with bitter cucumber, a very nutrient-rich vegetable he explained. He also brought me some "grape" seaweed on the house (a tasty type of seaweed that looks like tiny bunches of grapes). I felt very well attended to and appreciated the care and pride with which the food was presented. Everything was delicious, served in hearty portions, and well-priced. I would highly recommend it if you are in the neighborhood!
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