Fast, cheap Japanese food to go from Yo Yo’s in the Financial District

04Aug09

Yo Yo’s is a little cafe that serves fast, cheap Japanese food to hungry lunch goers in the Financial District. A very popular lunchtime spot to grab a quick meal to go, there is frequently a line outside the door but the couple that own the place run it like a well-oiled machine, serving dozens of people everyday without a hiccup. I used to frequent this place at least a couple times a week when I worked around the corner.

They serve udon and soba noodles, sushi that’s pre-packed in little containers, chicken teriyaki over rice, and different types of salad, like seafood and seaweed. The noodles are my personal favorite, which is served with seaweed, tofu, tempura balls, fish cake, and your choice of soba or udon. It’s a simple, tasty meal but it’s also very cheap! A full sized order is only $5.50, which comes served in a quart-sized container. It’s a lot of food so I would usually opt for the half-order which is only $2.25!

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