After a board meeting, a few of us walked down to Eighth Avenue to get a bite to eat and to yak. They all wanted sushi.
Not eating raw fish (which is what happens when you have degrees in Food Science), I instead ordered a Thai noodle dish ($12). It was not the typical bland Pad Thai, but a spicy noodle version called Pad Kee Mao. I asked for my flat noodles, sauteed basil leaves, scallions and chili with chicken. I’d go for that nicely flavored — but not very photogenic — dish again.
The others said the salmon donburi rice bowl ($22), Naruto rainbow of cucumber wrapped avocado with flying fish roe ($12) and a spicy girl brown rice roll with peppered tuna inside topped with spicy salmon ($13.50) were all good. I didn’t taste any of them so I can’t recommend.