Nosh Pit got a sneak peek of the Fremont eatery on Monday. When we stopped in, Yang and Chirchi were saddled alongside their toques rolling dumplings in the stunningly open, long kitchen. You’ll find three varieties of those dough balls on the menu, which Yang and Chirchi say is crafted around Asian street food and intended as a more casual counterpoint to Joule.
The offerings top out at $15 and are separated into five base categories—besides dumplings, there’s salad, mung bean pancakes, and rice and noodle bowls. Within each subset are several different dishes. For dessert, expect homemade ice cream sandwiches.
For more menu specifics, hours, and a tour of the eye pleaser of a restaurant, click through the slideshow.
All photos by Kat Wertzler.