Booked a Teppanyaki to celebrate one of our Daughters Birthday.
Location is extremely nice, and very warn welcome.
The restaurant was almost empty, and we were in a separate Teppanyaki room.
Was very excited to see the usual show where the cook is playing with knives and juggling with food... Well the show never came.
The come plainly and basically did the cooking as if we were in the kitchen.
Never mind the food was good.
Where the story is turning bad, is when, while we were waiting for the desert, the cook came back and start cooking shrimps for another customer !!!
Harm was done, and we ended up having Desert and the BDay candles in the heavy smell of shrimp.
So, clearly, if you want to experience Teppanyaki : go to another place.
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