The main items they serve are udon and tempura.
I came here twice.
On my first visit I just had the tempura and omusubi, but they did not have the squid and seaweed tempura that day, so I came back another day for it.
Honestly I am not fond of the udon here because I only like the Inaniwa type which is slightly flatter and thinner, and the udon served here is the Sanuki type.
On my first visit, I did not know the tempura was self service and basically you pick from the trays what you want.
I believe they mean bloggers, anyway on my first visit when they had that sauce, they did not have any small dishes to put the sauce, so you had to put the sauce on the plate.
The tempura sauce tasted a bit like teriyaki sauce.
Since there was no dish to put the sauce, I put it on a spoon.
On the second visit, there was no tempura sauce, and the fried items were evidently darker and the oil smell was stronger.
Squid coated in seaweed and tempura batter:
The squid was delicious, the batter was light and it was infused with seaweed powder.
The squid was nice and chunky too but not tough.