Food offers a range of Japanese food including ramen, sushi, poke, teppanyaki (meat cooked on a griddle like Hibachi), and donburi (rice bowls). The casual eatery is open seven days a week for both lunch and dinner, so you’ll have plenty of time to try multiple dishes off their extensive menu. If you go for ramen, try the classic Tonkotsu (chasu pork, tamago, green onion, and Naruto fish cakes) or the Curry Ramen to kick it up a notch. Sushi at the restaurant is divided into signature, raw, and cooked rolls; a lunch special offered on Monday through Saturday includes two or three cooked or raw rolls, plus a house ginger salad and spring roll for $10.75 or $13.75, respectively. Don’t forget to order a bubble tea to wash it all down.