Japanese restaurant -- has relatively good selection of
types of udon. Busy on a Wednesday lunch and Friday
evening. The chicken and beef udon have the meat cooked with
scrambled egg and green onion, which is pretty nifty. The tofu
curry udon is good, as is the kitsune (although they slice up
the age instead of giving you the "one big hunk").
Katana-ya154 Jackson, San Jose
Serves ramen as well as udon and soba.
What's up with that? Anyway, pretty good ramen.
July 30, 2003 Katana-ya has closed due to the end of their lease.
Bento Express211 E Jackson, San Jose
Serves saimin and spam musubi. The spicy saimin isn't too
spicy, but it's the saimin itself which is spiced, not just the
broth as I expected.