We were in line waiting for the restaurant to open at 5. The line was getting longer at about 4:45. Lots of people asked us what's the line for, because the restaurant has no sign, and it's on top of 'The Pug'. The staff was very friendly, the noodle was good, a bit salty, especially if you add the extra 'cha xiu' meat. The soup spoon is very big and cute.
This was a very big bowl of noodle soup, but believe me, you will finish the whole thing with no problem. It's a very casual place, not really a family restaurant, not a lot of seats. The ambiance is casual fun and trendy. It's a different kind of 'a hole in the wall', because Toki has a bar with great drinks. Check it out.
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