You’re in the right place when a super-friendly server offers a steaming cup of green tea while you puzzle on a rainy day what to order from this Japanese food cart’s 14-item menu. And, it turns out, no puzzling was needed; both dishes I ordered were tasty and filling. The spicy teriyaki chicken had a good bite, and the ginger pork packed a yummy punch. One pleasant surprise in both bento dishes along with the rice, carrot stick and broccoli spear: a dollop of potato salad.
BEST BITE: Ginger pork, $6 with rice.
CHEAPEST BITE: All dishes are $4 minus the rice.