The marinated meat-on-the-table-grill was reasonably tasty, if bland, but the rest of the dishes were amateurish. With every course, the waiter would proudly and pretentiously announce the name, in Japanese, of the sauce, but every single dish had the same seasoning as the previous one - an unsophisticated mix of sugar and soy sauce, this time with a bit of chili, and that time with a little sesame. The stir fries were watery and the salad was just ridiculous: iceberg lettuce with carrot.
The dinner reminded me of the kind of "Japanese food" you would get in provincial American cities in the 1980s - an approximation at best.
The seafood stir-fry was particularly bad - rubbery frozen product. Could not eat it.
The place itself is clearly fraying and unkempt with terrible acoustics between the "private" rooms. The service, though, is attentive.
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