Jost enjoyed a very good Teishoku of cold Udon with crisp Tempura, plus minced pork Gyoza also very good. The menu is limited, wisely; the place is tiny, demand is high - you may need to wait for a table. The service is on the slow side - because the kitchen is slow I am guessng - but smiling and courteous. Prices are A little high but oh so worth it to have real Japanese home cooking instead of the defrosted "sushi" serve on plastic plates on conveyor belts run by Chinese Italians. I had the excellent eel Donburu on another occasion and I also highly recommend their gelato and mochi for dessert. Almost full marks, I will certainly go back more than once.
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