Have to tell you all what a wonderful experience I had at Kuma Inn. Went with a few friends -the place is really small, quaint and funky with a small open kitchen and extremely friendly staff. We shared a bunch of asian tapas. Everything was delicious!!! My favorites were the chinese sausage served with sticky rice and a very spicy green chile sauce, the pork tonkatsu with lime butter and watercress was also amazing!!! The shumai with wasabi and pork was great and the fried bananas for dessert was heavenly!! Also you must try the sake sangria. Very inexpensive and an overall great meal!!