We were a party of 6 and sat at the hibachi table for dinner. The show put on by the chef was entertaining and creates an interesting dining experience. We had filet, scallops, shrimp and chicken with rice and veg. The food was OK, but lacked a truly distinctive flavour from dish to dish. I personally asked for my chicken to be spicy and my wish was accommodated. The volcano onion is quite a show.
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