We ate 2 appetizers (one cold one hot) and two meals. Everything was presented creatively but without the pretentious high fashion dining experience where you get all art and no food. Tastes were right on, with an asian fusion blend of sauces and textures. Even steak, which is becoming harder to find in fashionable enviro-concious restaurants, was complemented with a tangy sauce (on the side of course) and a greens salad with just the right amount of bite to it. They even had a new twist on potatoes with a fry/chip hybrid (which they purport to be Beligian.) Udan was soupy and had a strong "chicken noodle soup" essence without losing its asian flair, certainly good comfort food and at $7 a solid meal in itself.
Pros: Food Quality, Music, Cheap
Cons: Parking, Confusing Seating Layout