Today, we were lucky and didn't have to wait long for a table. In true Japanese hospitality, the waitresses apologised for our wait and we sat down on their rather makeshift tables. I suppose if you're looking for a bit of decor, you're not going to find any here. It's pretty much open planned sitting by the side-walk with your York Street traffic providing your view. In the heat of summer, expect your flies and other flying beings swarm around your head and your meal (It's for these very reasons that I don't like sitting outside when eating - and really, today was one of those days). Instead of Ramen, I ordered the Chicken Teriyaki and what can I say, their food is consistently superb. It would've been awesome if they had some sort of cold noodle on their menu; that's probably the only thing that's missing. I saw a couple of tables around us eating the Green Tea Icecream. Unfortunately, J continues to show a dislike for anything too sweet so had to give that a miss; maybe next time. Costwise - expect to spend about $10-15 on a meal per person.
Anyway, I was in the city for a reason. Seems like my rollercoaster ride of events continues...to those that I've told, I signed the contract today :D