We chose Japanese udon (wheat) noodles in two different soups despite what the menu displayed, prefaced by a chicken appetizer that they added fourth "stick" to for our number. We chose the Thai Thom and the Singapore Coconut Curry. Both had incredible flavors, the coconut curry being a little too sweet for the enormous soup bowl that you receive. The subtle flavors in the Thai Thom were to die for and a favorite of two of the locals I ate with. Right down town on Central, this is a great stop for anyone who yearns for a good soup. There is a sushi bar there, too, but I did not try it. The selection of fish looked fresh, but more limited than a regular sushi bar. Since I have not had udon noodles since the 1970's on the "Ave." in Seattle, this was a wonderful stop between more traditional New Mexican meals. Ambiance was good for the afternoon with light from the street up front, but seemed like it would be fine in the evening as well. Try it, you'll like it!