The first time we went, we got the dishes recommended by yelp, the Grilled Niman Ranch Spicy Loin of Pork Ramen in a Peanut Lime Cilantro Broth (11), and the Grilled Niman Ranch Beef Udon in a Coconut Lime Curry Broth (12). Neither disappointed. This time, we got Grilled Portobello Mushroom over Spinach Noodles in a Vegetarian Miso Broth with White Truffle Oil (13) and the special, which was a Korean short rib chow mein.
This is the spinach noodle dish--the noodles were slippery, delicate, and thin, but I think I prefer noodles with a bit more bite and chew. So that's my fault, but the broth was fragrant and the mushrooms seasoned beautifully.
This is the Korean chow mein. I liked the beef; it was fatty and flavored really well, but the noodles seriously resembled American chow mein, so I disliked that. Also, there wasn't enough kimchi in the dish.
I do like this place, and I would go back, but I think I'd stick with the two we've ordered before. I am curious about their stir fried/saucy noodles, so maybe I'll give that a try next time!