Happily surprised by the refreshing sliver of scallion, clean as a whistle, hidden on the skewer, between pieces of fried panko crusted pork, a cool soft wisp between the bite of moist tender white pork enhanced by a drizzle of the familiar worcestershire based sauce. This quality of this kushikatsu makes me think that the appetizers might be worth further exploration. A generous serving of 2 large pieces for the $4.95 price tag. Love to hear more about this place.
The tempura soba is agreeable, the reasonably made tempura prawns and vegetables coated with the usual lacy batter. A satisfying soy-sauce based broth for the soba, the noodles perhaps a tiny shade too soft for me (I like them ever so slightly chewy), but comes with a good amount of wakame seaweed for a pleasant oceany flavour that I enjoy. Comes with a separate citrus (orange/yuzu?) ginger dressed salad that seemed decent.
Sat at the sushi bar and the fish seemed ordinary, nothing strikingly beautiful.