The simple bowl of superbly chewy boon boon noodles dressed in sesame sauce and chile oil would be reason enough to visit.
On the phone, Ms. Lin explained that the kitchen cooks the noodles for various amounts of time, depending on whether they’re ordered to go.
If you’re eating in, you’re also likely to form a close relationship with your kettle (assigned to you, and only you, and kept at temperature) and your timer, which comes with notes depending on what you’re brewing.
Steep excels at comfort, warmth and informality, but it’s never at a cost to the details.
Though many of the plaza’s other businesses are still sleepy, the shop’s immediate neighbor is Angry Egret Dinette, Wes Avila’s thrillingly anomalous sandwich shop, where the menu can change daily.
Lin, they’re, you’re, it’s, Wes Avila’s, macha