A modern Japanese Sushi restaurant most well known for their eye-catching flying noodles. The trendy dish comes in a few types of Japanese noodles like udon, soba, somen, and they’re paired with an assortment of dipping sauce, such as the classic tsuyu, truffle-infused tsuyu and salted egg sauce. The food menu at Hana is extensive, from Shabu-Shabu to bento set, sushi and maki rolls to omakase dinners. But the biggest differentiating point of Hana is definitely in the presentation of their modern Japanese dishes, as they are often unconventional, featuring dim sum baskets, see-through drawers, transparent grid boxes and even a terrarium, to name a few. After all, Hana is by the folk from The Benjamins, the arguably masters of over-the-top dishes.