What a treat to see your food prepared before your eyes. The "volcano" really heats up the place! Keep the cameras ready. The food is wonderful.
The resturant had an awful smell, tables had a thick layer of dust, waitress ignored our table, continued to walk past us with her nose up in the air. Food was very $$$$, small portions, and the tea tasted lake soap water.
The sushi is good but not spectacular. The chairs at the grills are uncomfortable. Tthe biggest thing that stands out about this place is all the junk laying around. The waitress area is so loaded with stuff that they don't seem to be able to use it to take phone orders or anything else. The bar seems to only be... More
Had the filet and chicken hibachi dinner and it was delicious and a generous portion. Pricey if you don't have a coupon, but a bargain with one. Waitress plesant, but atmosphere is just OK. Will definately go again if I find another BOGO($14).
We went there as usual with our family. We hadn't gone in about a year but use to go all the time. The lights were dimmer than they use to be and we soon learned why. My son looked over and saw something moving on the soy sause and pointed it out to me. It was a cockroach, NOT a... More
Always great food. Have tried many other japanese steakhouses, but like the food best here!
Great Sushi. Very fresh and well presented. My friend got a Bento box and it was more than enough food. The tempura was excellent. Atmosphere is very nice. Did not try the tepanyaki so cannot comment on that. Overall the dinner was very good but all I need is a hunk of fresh raw fish and I am a happy... More
Just average. Not really anything bad to say. The cook was pretty messy and sometimes scary. Watch your eyebrows and fingers.
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