The food is mostly good, I liked the lobster spring roll and the tepanyaki meat was very tender and nice. The performance that you normally expect at a higher-end hamachi house is mediocre. The chef didn't really socialize and was pretty much cooking in silence. The stunts looked unnatural, more like going through a series of mandatory boring steps that the chief was forced to do, they didn't feel as a performance at all. The overall service felt quite slow, like bringing a cup of tea - 10 minutes. Compared to other places in Cancun where sometimes you can truly feel as the most important guest, here it felt more like in a regular US restaurant.
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