Hate to see negative reviews for this place because of how long they've been around. Wonderful flavors and smells to be had here people. Best Sukiyaki, hands down, for the panhandle. The sushi is, of all the oriental eateries I've seen come and go, still delicious and economically superb. Just about every entree is served with a egg drop soup and cucumber salad, with crab rangoon and chicken thigh. There is a diverse amount of food to satisfy those wanting to be experimental without stepping "into the deep end." Will always be coming here to enjoy eastern flavors and sushi without the novelty "hibachi" shows in a dim, relaxed environment. Imported beer is fairly expensive, about 5 bucks for some sapporo, asahi, and kirin ichiban. A little too steep I must say. Can't say that I've seen the larger tourist families eat here, so I would say it preserves the feeling of a hidden gem, serving authentic recipe consistent for so long.
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