The decor of this luxurious restaurant mimics a typical Japanese house. The specialty is teppanyaki, which is prepared in the center of your table on ... More
The decor of this luxurious restaurant mimics a typical Japanese house. The specialty is teppanyaki, which is prepared in the center of your table on a large grill where the cook does fun tricks with the knives and vegetables. It's really quite a show. There is also a garden filled with Japanese plants and as guests cross the romantic bridge, manywatch the fish that swim in the water below.
We stay at the Hyatt Regency across the street making this Japanese restaurant very convenient for walking distance. Food is served tepanyaki grill style (you know, we all sit around a hit stainless grill and eat together wether we know each other or not).. this is best visited in groups of 5 or 6 as you can have an entire grill table private for your entire party. Weekends are very crowded so are most nights around 9-11 when Acapulcan's seem to dine. Hint, try asking for a bar table and order off the ala carte menu , this is what we have done now twice and service is fast, drinks are good as well and you dont have to have tepenyaki grill food if you dont want it.. ENJOY!!
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