That's for Japanese and Korean cuisine. I tried a Miso soup which is vegetarian to start with. It is clear and has leaves and minute tofu.
Next I tried to be a little adventurous with japanese Siew Mai. It was well fried and tasty. What looked like sushi to me happened to be Maki. Sake Salmon Maki. Like it. Except for the pungent wasabi sauce.
Main course was Yasai with udon. Udon is fat rice noodle. Yasai has lots ofsteamrdnvegetables and shitaki mushrooms. Tried eating the soupy noodles with chop sticks and spooned upbtje clear soup. Proud of my attempts.