After reading all of the reviews, I had to give this place a shot. I ended up going there twice. The first time I had a few different kinds of poke, including the avocado and korean. Like other reviews I have read, I felt like I was in the 'soup nazi' store from the Seinfeld show. I had no idea what I was doing, but the staff, seemed to expect crisp/quick direction in terms of what I wanted to order. Since I hadn't been there before, I didn't have a clue. I didn't see any sort of real menu, so in addition to the poke, I ordered some macaroni salad, which I thought they had based on reviews I had read. The server asked me '1 or 2'? I'm sure this isn't a complicated question, but I didn't have a clue what she meant. Servings? Ounces? Pounds? Containers? Forks? (i'm joking here). They were not rude, but clearly expected more knowledgable/experienced customers.
The food itself was interesting. The poke was a bit much for me to handle(mentally) by itself, but when mixed with rice and mac salad, it was a pretty good meal. I wouldn't rate this place as high as others did as I don't view it as a 'must go' place, but I am glad I tried their poke.
The 2nd time I went, I tried the Lau Lau plate lunch. I have to say, I didn't really like it. The pork tasted really salty, and the noodles were extremely bland. I wouldn't order it again.
My personal preference for a lunch place is Da Crack, just a few hundred yards away.
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