I have been trying to find Japanese restaurants in our town serving not only the famous pinoy favorites Shrimp Tempura and Teriyaki and I have found it. Glad we conquered our reluctant feeling and just followed our guts into entering this hidden Japanese jewel. The hot serving of seafood Ramen was our favorite. It was oozing with earthy flavors we couldn't get enough of it. We also tried the usual california maki and takoyaki. Their serving size speaks for their price. Lastly, to try something different, we ordered fresh Uni. Most of my friends did not enjoy it. I say the Uni wasn't what we were expecting. It tastes like it was caught fresh from the fridge rather than the sea.
The whole experience is great.
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