We were wandering around the city when we stumbled upon this Japanese Restaurant. It was only a small restaurant, not crowded. Actually it was only my family, plus a fellow Filipina dining in whom I become friends with.
We tried the Yaki-udon Ebi (Fried Udon Noodles with Shrimps) and took their Special Menu which includes 2 pieces Nigiri sushi, miso soup, Fresh Seawolf Teppanyaki with vegetables and steamed rice.
The food served was not too bad, but it wasn’t that good as well. The Udon Noodles was kind of bland and the pan fried fish and vegetables need more savourings. Despite of these, we finished everything we’ve ordered since we were tired and hungry that time.