This place is great! We go there at least 2x a month and are very friendly with the chefs and owners. They put on a great show and the food is always delicious. Each habatchi meal comes with soup, salad w/ ginger dressing and 2 grilled shrimp. during the week the meals come with fried rice but on the weekends it's $5 an order which is big enough for two. The garlic noodles ($5) are also yummy! They give you 2 sauces on the side: hot mustard & a ginger sauce (different from the ginger salad dressing but even more delicious!) we always skip the hot mustard and get extra ginger sauce....if you use it all, they refill it as much as you like. Shrimp, scallops, steak, filet, swordfish, lobster or chicken + combination plates. The appetizers are great too. I reccommend the temoura vegatables and the dumplings. not sure about the sushi, but they have a large selection. Also the mixed drinks are great too! Try the Tai Pan.....2 of those and you don't need anymore!
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