I went with family and, folks, I hate to say it... But it's teppanyaki. The chef is supposed to perform for you and throw your food to you. It's all a part of the grand experience. It's called "culture". Having lived in Japan, I know what to expect from a hibachi/teppanyaki grill, and this is close to authentic. Other customers who are complaining about this being poor service, not what they'd expected, far from the original... are ignorant, and they need to step out of their back yards and travel once in a while. This was exceptional, but not the best. For a tep restaurant in AUSTRALIA, it exceeded MY expectations. So, pffft.
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