I'm not a fan of Japanese food at all, even until now. But we were so full after celebrating a friend's birthday party with a dinner at this restaurant. It looks Yakiniku means something but I don't know what it is.
It was a fun night and cooking your food in front of you was part of the fun. The waitresses were very attentive. One waitress did not have to list our order of drinks and she only got it once, and returned with the correct order. So bravo for her!
I liked the angus beef and the scallops, but I've seen better. I guess my friend ordered too much maki and sushi that it was really hard to finish them off.
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