This is a small, plain place on the east side of Point Brown Avenue, towards the northernmost end of the street (where one typically enters the town). It's nothing fancy inside: somewhat dark, several tables, open seating, and a counter to order. There are numerous pictures of offerings on the window outside, then a variety of offerings on the board: chicken, beef, and some tofu primarily, with some Chinese options on the menu, with a single bento box. I like the latter, as it offers a variety that, in this case, included one prawn (one can order three more as a side order), two gyozas, some chicken teriyaki, vegetable tempura, salad, and some rice. If you ask them, they'll substitute extra salad for the rice. Another in our party got two lumps of rice and wished they had asked for more salad. Free coffee and tea are on site, perfect to accompany you while you wait in a handful of padded seats by the door. The wait time was acceptable, as are the amount of sauce and napkins included with take-out, the food tasty and ample enough for most appetites. Both the beef and chicken teriyaki were good, as was the tempura. The kim-chi was not as spicy as others we've had. Hopefully, someday, they'll expand the number of bento boxes to include other options for the chicken teriyaki, such as beef teriyaki, tofu, or my personal favorite, salmon.
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