we went to a japanese restaurant - wagamama. actually it is not really a restaurant, it is similar to pasta de waraku.
wagamama serves mainly noodles, fried and soup, plus side dishes.
trish (colleague) had yaki soba while i had the teppanyaki beef yaki soba.
i liked the beef (very tender) but typical of yaki soba, the sauce was quite sweet, so half way into the meal, i already felt jelat.