I went there last night solo and sat at the bar.
Baneha Shizuoka, Japanese green tea (5$ pot) - This is too bitter for me.
Okonomiyaki au chou et crevettes (10$) - This version is unlike what Kazu and Imadake serve. A sweet orange sauce on top (not a bottled plum sauce) made it their own.
Légumes verts (7$) - Tonight it was one type of Chinese cabbage (* choy) in some kind of sauce that is not oyster sauce. It is too salty to eat by itself.
Xiao Long Bao (2.5$) - The only memorable item, a dumpling with a piece of mochi and a thick maple syrup inside. This is served in a round wooden tray used in dim sum and a vinegar sauce I didn't touch.
The lunch menu has dishes from 9$ to 16$ (fish).
I would not give this as high a rating as Le Devoir did.
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