At this restaurant, you have a choice to sit at either a regular dining area or in a hibachi area, where the chef cooks in front of you and other customers. I would recommend the hibachi area for those who are looking for something out of the ordinary. It may not be comfortable for everyone, however, because it is not as spacious as it would be in a regular seating area. The hibachi chefs are more than just chefs; watching them cook the meal is more exciting than it sounds because they do more than just cook; they also entertain! They do all sorts of neat tricks with their utensils and the food being cooked that take a lot of skill to perfect (DON'T TRY AT HOME!). Although a lot of the tricks they were doing on the flat top grill looked dangerous, it is perfectly safe to be seated there because the chefs know what they are doing.
When the food was ready, it came out excellent. I had the hibachi chicken with fried rice, which also comes with soup and a salad, and I especially enjoyed the fresh salad. The chicken was chopped into small pieces that can be dipped into the sauces and it was perfect; neither overcooked or undercooked. It is best to not rush while eating, although the food can get cold relatively quick after it is removed from the flat top grill onto your plate so eat it while it's still warm. Vegetables such as broccoli and onions were cooked and served with the meal as well, and they were also cooked perfectly; coming out neither too hard or too soft. The service was quick and efficient and the servers were always paying attention to whether or not the customers needed refills for their drinks. For a sit down restaurant, I would say that it is moderately, though reasonably priced and ideal for all sorts of occasions.
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