Took my husband,father-n-law, 15 year old son, & 7 year old daughter to Samurai Bistro for a late Father's day dinner. We truly enjoyed the dinner and felt that we got our money's worth. Including tip we paid $150.00 for all 5 of us and we all had Hibachi. Unlike other places we have gone to...they offer you both fried rice & noodles. Each Hibachi Dinner comes with salad, soup, grilled vegetables, & 2 grilled shrimp. I normally will not eat fried rice because I don't like pea's...however their fried rice does not have pea's I really enjoyed it. Our service was good and our chef we entertaining. Over all our family really enjoyed our dinner.
Not going back...the food and service have been on the decline in recent months. Last visit was in August and I could tell that they weren't doing well. The quality of the food wasn't the same and the portion sizes are getting smaller. Tonight's visit confirms that they are in decline. From my point of view its more service than food at this point. Our waiter didn't bring plates or soy sauce bowls until after all the food was brought to the table. The order wasn't correct and when we did get the food the rolls didn't look good. I left paying my check at the front counter and telling the young lady how poor my experince was tonight...I don't think she cared. Sadly there were only three tables in the restaurant and all three of our orders were wrong. AND there were two servers so they couldn't have been that busy.
The floors were dirty, the curtain to the bathroom was disgusting and there was a lot of dust on the decorations. Even the fish tanks were cloudy...yuk!
I am sure a Japanese/Chinese lunch and dinner buffet is coming thereby confirming they are really hurting for business.
Took the family here for our first Hibachi experience and we had a wonderful time. The food was excellent and the chef's were very entertaining and good. They were better than the Hibachi chef's we have seen on the Food Network Challenge!!! We have been back a couple of times and had the same experience. Last weekend we went to Benihana's for the first time and they didn't come close to the same experience. Highly recommend this place!!!
Won t be back! Took my nieces on July 7th for their Birthday dinner. We were the only table in there at 8:15pm. They messed up one of our orders, & by the time they fixed it, the rest of us were done eating. The chicken temporo when we finally got it was mushy & had no taste, my niece ended up not eating it, I felt so bad I had to take her to a fast food place after we were rushed to leave.Yes, we were told @ 9:15 they were closing down the kitchen & at 9:40 they started to vacuum. I m a manager in this business & never allow this kind of thing at my place, they closed at 10pm, but apparently wanted us out. I always tip well, being in this industry, but the 10% I left on this night was generous. Plus the waitress & cook were sitting at a table staring us down, so we got the hint, I took my entire party to a different place for dessert, because it was apparent we weren t welcome here. Terrible customer service, Most of the food was good, but if you have bad service, it doesn t matter how good the food is.Lesson learned. Try another place, we will...
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