|One of the many gems inside Mitsuwa - the Shrimp Tempura Combo (~ $8.50)|
The space is basically divided in half - one side is a regular grocery store with Asian ingredients adorning each shelf and the other side is a variety of freshly made food offerings from separately operating stores with Japanese names referring to the dishes they serve.
I decided to get some beef curry udon. The noodles had that wonderful chewy bite that I expect from udon and they sat in a brown curry broth that is something between a slightly salty beef stock and Thanksgiving gravy with some Asian spices. The beef was sliced razor thing and seasoned well, but had a little more fat than I may have liked.
|Beef curry udon - warms the soul ($6.50).|
|Edamame fritters ($1.00)|
|Chicken katsu platter (~ $8.00)|
|Tempura asparagus, cheese, and what just may be chicken|
|Black Sesame ice cream - wonderful ($1.99)|