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July 20, 2022
The food was not the same as the picture, the chicken katsu was small


May 25, 2022
Always great


May 18, 2022
I like pretty much anything from here


March 24, 2022
I couldn't taste the chicken and the serving was small.


February 15, 2022
店員さんはフレンドリーでご飯ができるまでも早くて、そして美味しかったです!


December 03, 2021
Kita Donburi never misses! So good!


September 02, 2021
great as always


August 23, 2021
There was a mistake in my order and 1 set meal was missed. But they were able to fix it for tomorrow so not too big a deal. Disappointed with the Agedashi tofu - it was very bland with no taste. The rest of the food are good,


June 07, 2021
Still tasty good food. Portion had got much smaller than before.


May 16, 2021
First time trying this place and overall I give it 3 stars for a few reasons. First, the brief interaction with the front counter associate did not feel welcoming, maybe he was having a bad day or just not in the mood, but I definitely did not feel like it was warm enough to encourage me to come back. Beyond that interaction and, more importantly, the quality and quantity of food for the price point did not feel valuable. The chicken on my rice bowl was very little whereas the rice was quite a handful and did not feel soft/fresh; unfortunately this is something I see I many restaurants restaurants that try to charge high yet serve “low” quality/quantity of food to try and balance their business bottom-line. I empathize with the difficulty of running a business, especially with this current pandemic, but that shouldn’t excuse taking advantage of a customer’s pockets unethically. The sushi roll I ordered was decent and that, as opposed to the rice bowl, felt a bit more valuable considering the price and quantity/quality ratio.

I don’t mean to sound critical, but this is meant to serve the business some real feedback in an effort to improve their approach and, hopefully, improve their long-term customer satisfaction and business bottom-line. Thanks for reading and good luck!