I'm liking this little place on Main Street. It looks like a coffee/sandwich shop; went in on a Saturday morning looking for coffee and saw a sign that they had ramyun available (spicy Korean or Japanese miso). I went for spicy Korean. The noodles themselves weren't homemade or anything, but the toppings were fresh (lettuce, mushrooms, sprout; chicken is available for a bit extra). Mostly I was just really happy to find a place that offers ramyun at 10:30 in the morning (it's available all day).
Found myself there again today and tried a caramel latte. They serve Rao's coffee. Call me what you will but the latte "art" brightened my morning (photo).
Has anyone tired their sandwiches? What should I get on my next visit?
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