Just a little hole in the wall...but delicious Japanese food. I have not had Katsudon this good since I enjoyed it in Japan many, many years ago. The owner is sentimental about the comfort food his mother made him as a child and the quality of his dishes honors her memory. Fresh ingredients, simply cooked, steaming hot when served. Made me long for the little noodle shops on the Ginza.
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