We came to this restaurant expecting to have the teppan-yaki experience, where chefs cook in front of you and make a show of cooking the meat, grilling under fire and so on. We were disappointed to be seated at these dedicated areas but were able to see nevertheless from the tatami seating we were at.
Food selection was very good and we found everything to be tasty. We had a Japanese among us, so she could confirm that the quality was alright, even though it was not a 5-star experience in our opinion. All in all, a great evening out for dinner while in Burlington, but not necessarily a place I would return again and again.
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