Once we got in, the place really started to get busy! There was a line of people waiting for seats, so we felt lucky to be seated. The menu was full of Chinese/Thai fusion dishes, from small plates/soups to noodle bowls to rice plates. Sadly, there was no steamed dumpling dim sum on the menu, which I'd been looking forward to.
Happily, they had delicious udon to enjoy! I chose the Japanese Yakiudon: carrot, onion and greens with udon noodles in sweet, tangy tonkatsu sauce. Yum! I gobbled it up. Duke enjoyed his Tomato Ginger noodle bowl, which I likened to an Italian spin on udon noodles.
If you're in Asheville, it might be worth checking out this restaurant, at least just to try it once. It was the ideal warm meal on a frigid day.