This is the Japanese restaurant our family stops at when we want something different. The food is good, most of the hibachi chefs are fun and talented, and the place itself is clean, comfortable, and well tended. The udon soup is not the greatest, and my husband often complains that he's still hungry when we leave, but my son, my friends, and I all think that this is a great place to go for dinner, especially for special occasions.
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