If you're going for the food, I would recommend ordering the sushi only. It is actually quite good and fresh. Out of all the sushi places I have visited, I would rate it above average. Definitely way better than those all you can eat places.
However, I can not say the same for the teppanyaki. It is a great experience to watch the chef do the cooking in front of you but when the event is over, the food is below average. The food was just seasoned with garlic. I ordered the strip steak and it had a bit of an odour to it.
The staff are very friendly there and it was an entertaining evening. The location is not on the main strip but instead, in a very dimly lit industrial area. The decor is 80's and has not been updated since.
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