Quick Bite, Lunch: SU&SHI Noodle Bar
Located in the new Food Central food court at Square One is SU&SHI Noodle Bar. The new food court, by the way, has replaced garbage receptacles with a dedicated station and a person who manages the food court garbage and trays. And if you are dining in the court, your meal will be served on non-disposable dishes with non-disposable utensils - fancy. SU&SHI just opened up a few weeks ago and is brought to you by the same people that own Spring Rolls Restaurant. The concept of SU&SHI is taken from the popular ramen bars in Japan, and brings this modern Japanese experience to Square One. It looks like the quick stop versions of full service restaurants are the new trend in food courts, which is fine by me. The menu is massive, and I couldn't decide what to eat for lunch so I went with the most popular dish.
#301 - House Teriyaki Udon with bbq pork, chicken, tiger shrimps, sprouts, onions
$9.50 + tax
Length of Time to Receive Meal:
6 minutes during the lunch rush
The dish looked good especially on the new "Food Central" glass plates that all restaurants are forced to use at Square One. And the plate was full, so I have no complaints on the portion size. The dish was cooked to order as I was watched the entire process of the SU&SHI cook putting my dish together. I like that fact that I could see the shrimp on my plate, because all too often in food court food you are searching for them on your plate, and most often trying to dig for more. The teriyaki sauce was good, not too salty and there was a perfect amount.
I'm digging the new side of the Square One food court!
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