My friend and I had dinner at the Sushi Station that she had previously visited on many occasions and liked. We were warmly welcomed at the door even though it was very busy and that impressed me a great deal. Some of the food on the train didn't look that fresh anymore so I ordered udon noodle soup and okonomiyaki. Both fell short of expectation in terms of flavour and authenticity. Other than that, this place is a pleasant and inexpensive venue to visit for a quick meal with an efficient and friendly service, which is a big plus in my books.
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