Just wondering if anyone has tried their udon. Priced between 12-15, the prices seem about $5 too high unless they really are exceptional. The menu description sounded like standard fare udon.
Their robata set had the skewers (6?) with the meats placed teepee like over an open clay box which contained a hot charcoal to keep the skewer meats warm. Nice touch. Stuffed shiitakes and the beef-asparagus roll were the highlights.
Nice interior and good service. There were 2 groups of 8-10 and another couple on a late Friday night a few weeks ago.