Submitted Friday, February 5, 2010 - 3:08am [Dine in]
Ok so after beard papa's success out follows mazazu crepe, which btw if you research into it isnt a japanese francise it's from singapore.
Idea is simple you order yur crepe, I mean you wait in line for bout 10 mins then order your crepe. [ Beard papa had a line up when they started so fine I get it. ] Then you can chose to stand around for the next 40 mins to watch them make it or sit down untill they call your number.
Maybe I was just unlucky unlike the first review when I was there I could only count 3 staff, and a 4th one came in after I waited for 20 mins. The crepes are made right infront of you but then again cafe crepes does it too.
I stood there watching the staff trying to make a tuna egg crepe for about 5 times before the ladie who have ordered it got fed up from the long waiting and told them to cancel it because she doesn't have anymore time.
When it finnaly came to me I was delighted to watch them make it right infront of me. However that was short lived as the crepe was not really out of this world, but rather mediocre.
IMO save yourself the line up and go to cafe crepe if you have a craving, and wait till their line up die down like beard papa's did then try it if you really want
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Submitted Friday, January 29, 2010 - 4:36pm [Dine in]
This place just open up about a week ago and it's already seeing alot of people, partially due to the fact that they are in the same proximety as Tenku. Shoryumen gives you some choices of soup base I took the Ton which comes with japanese pork as a topping and my girlfriend took the En which was the sea salt based. The noodles are freshly cooked inside the walk-in trailer as it's ordered. Value can be debated because once you take up 4 extra toppings it can get near 10$. They come in small plastic bowls which makes it easier to hold and eat, since it's a stand in. However the small bowl does not do justics to the amount of food in it. As a suggestion bring your own bowls which would do better justics to the noodles, and they'll take 50 cents off and rinse it for you to take home. I really like the wood interior and the fact that it's a walk-in. Thumbs up for this place!
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