Went to Benihana's with a group of 13 for a birthday celebration. We chose a variety of banquets which were prepared and cooked well and with entertaining skill. Even one of our guests with a seafood allergy was served seamlessly while the rest of us were entertained by Henry, the head chef. The wandering songster had us all singing an oldie but goodie which just added to the entertainment and pleasantness of the evening. It's amazing what you tolerate at a teppenyaki style dinner - prawns, rice, egg etc taking flight and hopefully landing in your mouth. Oh and a tip you should definitely take is don't wear your Sunday best because it just may get covered in food or cooking fall out - but it is a small sacrifice to make to participate in the fun. A couple of criticisms - the drink selection was good but a little pricey and once dinner was over it wasn't particularly conducive to settling in for a few drinks given that our party was separated by the cooking station between the two tables. All in all a pleasant night with an entertaining dinner and a worthwhile visit at least once in your life.
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