ST. ALBANS CITY — At the newly-opened Kaiju Kitchen, chef Taka Sato hasn’t quite figured out his noodle soup dish.
Noodles are about as important to Japanese cuisine as pasta is to Italian foods, and the consistency just doesn’t quite work for the take-out menu.
Liz Sato, Kaiju Kitchen’s co-owner, said he’s being “picky.” But that’s just kind of how Japanese culture works.
Food is taken very seriously, she said.
A few St. Albans residents have probably already seen Taka Sato at work. Kaiju Kitchen, located at 15 Center St., has been under construction for the last few weeks, and