There is a menu, but the fun way is to fill your plate with your preferences of raw meats and veggies, add oils, sauces and spices, and give it to the cooks to stir-fry on a huge round griddle. Kids like to watch the cooking. You should like the food since you choose it. It's a little pricey, but all you can eat at the griddle. Only real negative for me is that it's a little noisy, so I ask to be seated in a quieter area. There are a couple of small semi-private rooms.
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