for those of you who enjoy your tapioca drinks (and other fixins) quickly is the place to go. although there are lots of better places. this particular establishment is alright. they are not consistent with their "buy a drink and get a stamp" policy. but the drinks are good. fairly priced.
as far as i know, this place doesn't exist anymore. they closed down a couple of years ago and is know a medical supply store. but when it WAS there, it was great! good vietnamese sandwiches and rolls!! i would suggest finding the other ones around the city.
this place is satisfactory. there's an nice outdoor seating area in front, but it is usually occupied with old asian men playing cards and smoking. or there's a bunch of teens out there as well. but if you want to grab something quick to go, then this is not a bad place at all.
not a place to get food or drinks. service was not impressive at all. menu was not impressive either. i have always heard good things about this place, but i would not go back!
the service here is great. the people are very nice and will accommodate you to the best of their ability. the food is good, the prices are alright. there is a parking lot across the street that you have to pay for.
a variety of food from different places. you can get pho, chow mein, spaghetti and pad thai all for one table! not fancy at all. stays open late. can get crowded and busy during weekend nights. service can take awhile if it's busy, but good fast food!
if you are way into japanese products or you are missing japan, then come here for a variety of goods. cheap snacks, drinks, candy, plates, bowls, tupperware(!), bags, hair care products, the list goes on and on! great way to spend your dollars!
kitsune udon is my favorite and this place does a great job. almost like i'm back in japanese (almost)! i have not tried their new shabu shabu meal, so . . . . they also have other typical japanese dishes as well. small and cozy. you would never know that it was there unless you went to ichiban-kan!
place is good. prices are good. nothing too special about them. small and cozy. variety of typical japanese dishes. udon, gyoza, teriyaki, okonomiyaki, and of course green tea.
this little vietnamese place is awesome! you can get regular or large bowls of pho. and of course they have vietnamese sandwiches! vietnamese coffee! gigantic rice plates. this place is nothing fancy. the prices are great! great lunch place if you're in the neighborhood!