[Salmon is about to become a permanent addition to the menu.]
The restaurant also offers tofu stir-fried with a little garlic, or in a spicy recipe.
"Yakisoba is a unique dish – with noodles, vegetables and protein all cooked together," Patel said. "[It gives it] a different texture. The vegetables are crunchy, the noodles are a little softer. … Our customers love it."
The chicken breast katsu is hand-breaded with Japanese panko breadcrumbs. The orange chicken teriyaki offers breaded chicken stir-fried in a sweet orange sauce.
The restaurant's signature fresh vegetable combination features zucchini, cabbage, broccoli, carrots and onion, available steamed or stir-fried. The bowls include a base of white or brown rice, and for $1, one can opt for noodles or fried rice cooked on the spot.