No Japanese staff in sight, but that is far from unusual. One younger waitress seem unfamiliar with both Japanese food AND the English language, but we got through by pointing at the menu. I suppose that is quite like being in Asia...
Starters were all good - gyoza, shumai, harumaki and soft-shell crab.
I ordered tonkatsu (breaded pork cutlets) for my entree. Preceded by fairly insipid miso soup, and then delivered alone on the plate with a small bowl of rice - no shredded cabbage, no pickles, nada. I realize you're not actually Japanese, guys, but you could at least study a cookbook!
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