My wife and are huge fans of this place. You always get phenomenal service here, they will do just about anything to accomodate. I know this sounds weird, but the fried rice is out of this world. I dont know what all the seasonings and sauces they use, but it is a must not miss. The show is good, no doubts about it, but the food is what you go for. Steaks and shrimp are the best. I've never tried the chicken, but it looks good. Never had the sushi, but then again, this is more of a japaneese steakhouse anyway. If you want sushi, try Wasabi.
Kazan's atmosphere is very quiet and nice. There is a sushi room and a hibachi room. Traditional Japanese decorations, but very simple and nice. The food is very, very yummy. Maybe a touch too expensive, but you get dinner and a show and very good service! The servers are very friendly and the chef reviews your order before he cooks it so no mistakes are made. The chef is entertaining -- makes jokes and does tricks with the cooking utensils and food before cooking. Eight people can sit at one table and usually the bigger the crowd, the better the show. Especially when there are children involved.
There really isn't much of a selection.. mostly steak, chicken and shrimp combos, but it's still very good. You also get a simple onion soup, salad, rice, and fried veggies with your meal. So maybe paying $20 + tip isn't that bad.
There is a very nice, large sushi bar, but I'm not a fan of sushi so I can't tell you how it tastes! It looks very nice though!
We go to Kazan's every month or so. It's very close and has great food and friendly service!
Kazan now. Normal hibachi grill format. I ordered Filet and Shrimp $23.99. Meal started off with a very bland soup with mushrooms that appeared to be dried and. Next course was a handful iceberg lettuce with a half of slice of tomato and dressing. 2 disappointments and I was ready to start the grill! Chef was funny (but I questioned how many times the same jokes were used that day). He started off the meal by making fried rice. I chose steamed rice as it is healthier, but fried rice was $1.50 more. By the time he was done flipping eggs in his hat, my veggies were cold. My filet consisted of 6 ounces (max) and I received 6 shrimp. My steak had no seasoning and the shrimp was nothing special. Very expensive for what you get. If you want to see a few kitchen tricks, this might be your place� if you are into good food, go elsewhere.
One of our favorite Japanese steakhouses. You will enjoy it. Hard to find in Yahoo! because it is now called Kaazan. I suppose the new owners never changed the Sapporo name to Kaazan at the phone company.
The new Comfort Suites Indianapolis City Centre is an all suite hotel offering upscale accommodations with convenient downtown access. From
the moment you walk into the lobby the warm decor and relaxing water wall will put you at ease. ...
Welcome to the BEST WESTERN Country Suites, an all suites hotel located northeast in Indianapolis, with easy access to local
highways. This hotel is just minutes away from great shopping at Castleton Square, Fashion Mall, Downtown's Circle Centre Mall, ...
The Candlewood Suites Indianapolis is located approximately 28 miles from Indianapolis International Airport and 14 miles from Indianapolis Zoo. The
property's amenities include the Candlewood Cupboard self service market, fitness center, free guest laundry facilities, free local calls, complimentary ...