Visiting from Massachusetts. When you enter, you see a couple of chefs preparing and creating the noodles which go into most of their meals. Soups were great. So were the "dry" noodles, meaning they weren't in soup but were far from dry. The prices are ridiculously low. Atmosphere is sketchy but if you want to eat well and share the time with good company, then atmosphere doesn't really matter, does it?
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