Excellent addition to downtown area in refurbished former motel. Headed to a show at Smith Center. Service was friendly, accomodating, knowledgeable and had passion for their product and surroundings...all the things you want in your staff. However, could tell many staff members were just "green" enough to miss some basic service steps...but not drastic enough to hamper the experience. Food was well prepared and presented....quick too. Fried quail was our favorite. They have unique items too like chicken hearts and lamb leg off the robata. Cocktail were tasty and well thought out. Sake list was a good size, but ironically not a lot of valued options despite the vast diversity. Will be back. Keep up the good work.
We wanted to try something new, the food is amazing it is prepared fresh, it's fast but for me it's just not enough. All items or just about all items are on skewers great for sharing by the time we left we were still hungry I didn't want to spend another $70 on Stick food although delicious that's why I give it five stars check out the photos
Seriously from start to finish everything was amazing. Service was great with our server Juan. Everything was so flavorful. We did order the whole menu basically so next time we know we can cut back a little. Definitely can't wait to come back.
Good, but far from impressive izakaya. Interesting location is the only reason to stop by, as the food won’t blow your mind.
Me and my girlfriend (we will call here L) came here for a anniversary of sorts. When L showed me the truck model/art that’s out in the front restaurant I was totally hooked to go. We got there and there was going to be a wait for 45 minutes, we waited like 10 minutes so first win. The service was excellent, server was friendly and cool. The food was really good despite its small portions. Would recommend anyone to go here.
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