Tyler Lund: "Very cool Japanese style coffee shop that feels more like the inside of a train car than a normal coffee shop. You can either order to go or sit at the long bar with your drink. Great pour over coffee"
Untapped Cities: "They have an extensive selection of sake from the Rihaku to the Kikusui. Just as popular is the yummy lineup of appetizers, one can’t go wrong with the Shrimp Dumplings or Japanese Pancakes."
PureWow: "It doesn’t get much better than this: from 5-7pm, you can get six oysters and a craft beer for $12 at this tiny seafood joint. (And if you’re nice, they’ll even give you a free slice of whiskey cake.)"
Cici Young: "Love this little place. The plates are like tapas portion so make sure to share an extra plate with your friends. The kitchen is completely open and you can see how they make everything in front you."
IrmaZandl The Opinionator: "Beautiful space, great service and good food. We had 5 dishes and 1 was outstanding - the sweet potato salad. The toasts were ok and the cauliflower likewise was just ok."
Ina Li: "They don't have a menu. But 85 dollar omakasa for 13 sushi pieces is well worth the price. The place is small and hidden make sure you don't miss it. Also don't forget to make reservation!"
Melody Han: "I've heard it called a poor man's Nakazawa which is awesome for me since I'm not baller enough to Nakazawa frequently. Kura has solid fish and entertaining service courtesy of chef. Get the omakase."
Tyler Lund: "Banh Mi sandwiches are the new hotness around the city. Xe May has one of the largest menus of the tasty Vietnamese sandwich to be found. Go for the Sidecar, a fairly traditional version with beef"
Ray Lin: "New favorite bahn mi in the city, just delicious. Cub Classic is utterly amazing, with superb BBQ pork, pate, perfectly toasted bread (+ jalepenos). Notice how many quality adjectives were used?"