We were celebrating a couple of birthdays a couple of months ago so one of my siblings decided to go to this place. I've always liked Japanese food and I was curious to see if the place has changed since the last time I went which was several years ago. Being a weekend, the place was busy and very noisy. We were seated so close to each other around the tepanyaki grill that I thought I should be careful with my plate. Surprisingly, all five of us went for the Teriyaki Scallop and Shrimp combination and waited for it with great anticipation. As a starter we were given what was supposed to be miso soup that tasted like lukewarm water with salt. When dinner was cooked, it was salty, flat and without the expected teriyaki flavor; even the fried rice didn't taste much. The chef tried hard to entertain which was commendable but for me you couldn't cover a tasteless entree with knife-wielding antics. If you're in the business of food, taste is paramount. I've been to a few small Japanese eateries in town where the food is authentic and the price reasonable. The only saving grace is the ice cream that came for dessert. You guessed it; I won't be returning this place any time soon.
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