I sat at one of the Hibachi tables which have strange raised seating instead of chairs. They tried to squeeze 12 people when it only holds 10. Thankfully, the extra 2 people didn't show up.
The Chef did the same few tricks as every other Hibachi Chef that I've ever seen. And the food was the same, too. Nothing special here..not bad, but not any better than Sakura on San Carlos Blvd which is cheaper.
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