My "Foodie" son suggested we try out "The House" based upon the rave reviews. Well, the public was right on target with this restaurant. Everything from the sweet pickles to the wasabi noodles with chicken, to the grilled pork chop and sake, was absolutely delicious. The waitress was helpful and the service was quick. The cliental was a mixture of locals and food crazed tourists.
My negative criticism has to do with the restaurant's physical space. It was small, crowded, and we were seated at the worst possible table: adjacent to the bathroom and directly across the tiny isle to the kitchen. Our area was dimly lit and very noisy.
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