I liked the place immediately because of the wooden furniture and walls (bright colored wood). I am not about wood cabins but just this nice clean soft and bright wood. There was a lot of sun beaming into the restaurant that day but it was shaded. The restaurant was simple but clean. I would say it could hold about 12-16 people. They used real utensils–metal chopsticks. At the end you were to clean up after yourself as they have a station, which they point out, for storing the dishes.
I had soup with noodles and then on the side, fried pork chops. Yum but the chops were rather salty. I was drinking up the soup to neutralize the salt. I mentioned to the owner and he said that it was meant to be like that. I mean the soup was rather bland. He was nice about it and did not try to stop me from commenting as he asked several times how I thought the meal was.
Would I go back probably–I might choose a different dish but if I am in the mood for salty I could get the dish again. It was not so bad just a little too salty.