Two words: Delicious and Authentic. I used to live and work in Japan for over ten years. One of my American friends from tokyo invited me here for lunch, as he had been before. I was so pleased with our ""set-o,"" which in Japan, means you get a nice tray of various dishes when you order a set-o. We both had an udon, or soba soup heaping with ingredients and flavor, a salad, some Japanese pickles, and either an onigiri (rice triangle wrapped in seaweed), or a bwol of rice; I don't remember. All I remember was how delicious and authentic it was, so much so, that they did not serve coffee; only Japanese tea; we had to go downstairs to the Italian restaurant for an espresso at the bar. I've been back, since, and have thoroughly enjoyed everything on the creative, diverse, and delicious menu. Ten thumbs up for this fantastic Japanese noodle house near Tiffany's.
Pros: Authentic, delicious, diverse.
Cons: On second floor, so, passers by may miss it, unless they know about it.