Went there tonight. The only novel thing about it is individual burners at the (large) counter. There are only 3 tables for those wanting to go family-style.
There's absolutely nothing there you couldn't make at home after stopping by uwajimaya to buy the following:
pre-sliced meat and/or pork dumplings, assuming you don't have the inclination to make your own
packaged fresh udon
harusame (glass noodles)
miso paste or kombu
a table-top burner if you don't have one.
Their spicy miso broth was pretty good, but I could have made the same meal at home for less without any trouble, which is not normally what I'm looking for at a restaurant. In hindsight, I should have gone to Sichuanese Cuisine.