Think of this B-Dama iteration as working-man’s izakaya. Best to go alone when rustling up a chair in the crowded dining hall that Swan’s Market becomes at lunch. And by yourself you can slurp huge bowls of udon, gorge on a hefty amount of Japanese chicken kara-age, or go nuts on tempura without annoying your companion. Daily specials are great, so just say yes to one next time and you’ll be rewarded with sumptuous teriyaki salmon or luscious grilled pork belly. Oh, if you left your cubicle mate back at the office to finish the big project on his own, pick up a gaburi sushi roll or two for the road to say thanks. Serves lunch and dinner daily.