Luckily, this eager-to-please neighborhood Japanese/Korean hasn't caught the annoying Williamsburg trendster bug, despite its prime N. 6th and Berry location and proximity to hipper-than-thou Asian joints like the decked out SEA. In line with its humble goal—to feed its patrons cheaply and well—the interior is no frills, with a small sushi bar seating three and decorative flourishes that peak with strands of white Christmas lights. You don’t have to search to find something affordable on the menu. Tofu and vegetables simmered in bonito stock weigh in at a mere $11, udon or soba noodles with beef and vegetables start at just $13. The bottom line: The food (especially the sushi) is always fresh, the wait staff will refill your barley tea with a smile, and a Hershey's kiss comes with your bill. Now that's sweet!Note
Minimum for credit cards is $20.
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