We didn't know what to expect, having had quite a few high quality teppanyaki experiences in major cities in Asia. This was a delightful, entertaining and relaxing experience, much more casual and lowbrow than past experiences, but very worthwhile nonetheless. While the quality of the food was a little uneven, overall it was very good, and the variety was impressive. They "all you can eat and drink" option is the way to go, so don't hold back. Give it a try.
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