The food here has an authentic Japanese feel in both its cooking and presentation. You can sit at the grill for teppanyaki or sit in the main restaurant area, which is only small, at tables and chairs. They do have a traditional Japanese table in a separate room for a larger group. The restaurant offers single dishes or 'menus' in the European style. We have tried both single dish eating and the menu. Both were delightful.
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