This tiny spot has maybe a dozen tables so clearly the take-out crowd is what they're after. Judging by the grumpy patrons at the tables who were clearly feeling neglected, they may want to rethink the strategy. While I waited 20 minutes for my take-away udon soup, nobody visited the two tables, both of which were seated long before I showed up.
The udon soup, which purports to be both spicy and with seafood succeeds only on the former. It's spicy. It tastes like storm sewer water with Siracha. The alleged seafood turns out to be two of the saddest looking shrimp I've ever seen and a nasty, freezer-burned bay scallop (or maybe it's an eraser).
It's served with a dry salad that was likely prepared the same day that poor scallop was caught.
Plus it takes for ever. The sign says it's sushi made with love. They might want to try using fish and haste instead.
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