I have eaten here 3 times now. And I confess I am a huge fan of Katsu-hama/Menchanko Tei across the street for tonkatsu and ramen but when you just want a change of pace, the soup, salads, and the poulet roti here is very good. It is cramped cheek and jowl, and the crowd is very "non-ethnic", but bistro style food is very good and solid if not spectacular.
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