I completely recommend this place for its good food and its many discounts. Before 3pm Hibachi meal is discounted and during happy hour 1/2 price sushi. The salad is amazing and the food always hits the spot. During regular hours the food can get expensive but you will definitely get your money's worth.
We arrived about 6pm on St. Patty's Day. The decor was nice we were greeted immediately by a male with a smile. He asked if we wanted dinner or sushi bar. We chose to sit at the bar and have a few drinks before dinner. It was quite and cozy. The drinks were a bit expensive but they tasted great. We had appetizers tuna roll, soft-shell crab and sushi. Everything was great except the bill. We then went on the other side to have dinner. We were immediately greeted by a female and she was ready to take our order. Except we hadn't viewed the menu as yet. We finally decided and the chef can to prepare the food for us. It was interesting to watch. The waitress was not very attentive in coming back to check and make sure everything was OK. We waited more than 15 minutes to pay for our meal. I then had to go locate her and ask her for the check. I told her that it was my birthday which it was and she offered to sing but I told her after waiting so long to leave I said no. I also told her that I left my coupon at work. She said she would be right back. When she returned she informed me that the manager gave me a discount. She apologized for any delay and she was more uplifting. We paid our bill left a nice tip and left the restaurant. I would return and the food was delicious and fresh. Nothing beats the chef preparing your food right at the table.
This place has no redeeming factors. As usual, there were only white people there. A dead giveaway to bad Japanese food. Odd tasting Miso soup, inedible salad dressing, and dishwater like tempura dip. If you know what good Japanese is, don't waste your time.
I was visiting from out of town, and went to lunch at this restaurant for a family party. I've been to several sub-par hibachi restaurants in my lifetime, but this place was definitely below par. The lunch was preordered for our group of about 40, and none of the selections we had were anything great. The Japanese rice had no taste, the chicken, fish, shrimp, and steak we got served were bland. The fish had a funny after taste, which meant it was not very fresh. The ambiance is very dark and dingy, and the carpet was very old and worn and for some reason was very sticky. Not a very appetizing atmosphere.
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