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Had a distinctive dining experience at Saboten, the restaurant was proud of their Tankatsu and Udon. Staff was still politely welcomed us even she was told that we were only ordering some finger food, impressive service attitude. Simple brownish wooden in general, the atmosphere was cozy.The freshness and brittle of Shrimps were unexpectedly good, shredded cabbages as a dressing at the middle. Crunchy sounded awesomely, I dipped it along with Teriyaki Sauce. Shrimp was firm and succulent, althou
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Had a distinctive dining experience at Saboten, the restaurant was proud of their Tankatsu and Udon. Staff was still politely welcomed us even she was told that we were only ordering some finger food, impressive service attitude. Simple brownish wooden in general, the atmosphere was cozy.
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The freshness and brittle of Shrimps were unexpectedly good, shredded cabbages as a dressing at the middle. Crunchy sounded awesomely, I dipped it along with Teriyaki Sauce. Shrimp was firm and succulent, although it was slightly oily towards the end. Asparagus wrapped with golden bread crumbs was in correct mouth-bite size, added marks to the whole. Hot green tea flushed away the greasiness, overall was a pleasant experience.
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Date of Visit
2013-12-23
Spending Per Head
$12 (Lunch)
Recommended Dishes
  • Breaded Shrimps and Asparagus Cheese Roll