There being little else available in the vicinity of Izu-inatori station, my dining partner and I settled on Maruto Suisan for lunch.
Being a seaside resort town, the menu predominantly featured seafood. All the set lunches were reasonably priced and to be honest too large.
As such, I had the tenzaru soba, while my dining partner enjoyed the zarusoba, complete with seasonal mikan. Not bad, but after fresh, handmade soba over the New Year holiday these noodles failed to excite.