Sweet, light, and just flavorful enough, just like Masamoto Ueda‘s ramen, Come Back Anytime is a delectable treat. Easy going down, the documentary is an endearing portrait of a family and their noodle shop which devotees swear is the only place to go for the right soy-balanced ramen. But of Masamoto Ueda, there is also an air of mystery which is exciting in the food, the idea that this food only lasts and describes himself and his lifetime and will stop being served when he is done making it. Such a temporary moment of light and sweetness is well worth documenting. Even if it creates no dramatic lift, sometimes you want to watch pleasant food docs and be hungry.