This is a Hibachi or sushi restaurant. Hibachi seemed to be the majority of the business and what we came to enjoy. Our party of 4 enjoyed watching the chef prepare the food in front of us, standard Hibachi style, but the taste was what we all remarked about later. Filet Mignon and Scallops was my choice, Filet Mignon and Chicken or Shrimp were the other two popular choices at our table. We enjoyed every bite. Full of flavor and melt in your mouth tenderness. Service was great too.
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