At first I was reluctant to go and eat at a Japanese restaurant, but all my fears seemed to vanish as soon we got started with the food. It was a bit surprising there was more red meat and chicken than sea food, but just suited me well as I hate fish, shrimp, etc. All the meat and the chicken was first class pure, and pretty everything I ate tasted excellent. But since it's Benihana and the cook does his tricks in front of you at the hibachi grill, it was also about the experience: For example I for one really liked to watch the famous Onion Volcano.
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