If you're looking for sushi, don't go here. If you love pasta with a little bit of a twist, this is the place to go. The little cafe is a nice little spot in a small Japanese mall.
They have a small area setup for live music which I think is offered Friday and Saturday nights (could also be for weeknights, not too sure). Servers are attentive and the place can get crowded and noisy during busy times.
Pasta dishes are from $10 and up. Includes salad and garlic toast. For another $8 you can get soup and a dessert. Everyday, there are specials marked on the board and sometimes the specials are so popular they sell out!
The pastas with a twist have a bit of Japanese flare to it. Shredded seaweed is usually place on top so if you don't want that, tell your server. I had the mushroom pasta which had a small variety of Asian mushrooms with their house made soy sauce. Nicely done! We also tried the Napolitan which has a bit of meat in it. This was not very good as it was on the sweet side and tasted like they used ketchup.
The fries are good, no matter what type you order. We had the fries bolognese for $7 and it was a meal in itself. Good sized to share with 4 people and quite tasty!
As for their desserts, the server will bring a tray to show you what they have. The dessert menu changes almost on a daily basis, so if they don't have something you've had there before they simply don't have it for that day.
Would have given a five star rating but a couple of their pasta dishes are not hits and a dessert menu that varies from day to day might not be cool with some people. The cafe is small in size so when it gets busy, it will be noisy and crowded. Nice place for couples but probably for an early or late dinner.
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