Visiting Fairborn for an event near the Air Force Museum, we ducked out for lunch and encountered Saya because it was in plain view of the main drag, Kauffman Avenue. We were concerned about the lack of cars in the parking lot. However, we had a terrific lunch--mine was Korean spicy chicken. The hostess/proprietor/waitress was very convivial, and talked me into the chicken rather than the pork, because she liked her chicken source and the quality of the meat. Also explained how she arrived at the "right" chef in the kitchen to render what she thought was authentic Korean food. Noted the chopsticks only (you would have had to ask for knives and forks) and found that interesting. A thoroughly satisfying experience that taught me to get beyond how many cars are parked at a restaurant.