If it’s ramen you’re after, you can choose from coconut ginger chicken, garlic miso pork, or vegetarian. There are also plenty of appetizers and sides, like the aforementioned cauliflower, bonito fries, seared octopus, tofu lettuce wraps, and plenty more. If it's brunch you're after, that's served every Saturday and Sunday. You can also expect more menu items to rotate in and out soon, namely due to seasonal availability. This, Jason said, will keep the regulars interested, while also allow the restaurant to branch out with the menu.
“We want to see what Louisville likes and wants,” Aenith says, adding that there are cult followings for a number of dishes which won’t be going away.