It's a bit of a walk from the waterfront, but worth it (we also lost all the other tourists).
We had three noodle dishes between us, all of which were fresh and excellent.
There is a window to the kitchen, so you can see your food being made and know just how fresh it is.
In talking with our friendly server we found out that the chef recently bought the place. A chef-owned restaurant is usually a very good thing.
Do beware - this restaurant closes between lunch and dinner.
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