I eat here approximately 2 times a month for lunch and/or dinner. The best value is the tepanyaki selections, where a chef cooks in front of the guests. I typically order the chicken, which comes with a salad, soup, vegetables, rice and noodles. Just a word of caution...the tepanyaki style of cooking is very popular at this restaurant, so make sure to get there early and give yourself plenty of time to enjoy the entertainment while the chef prepares your meal. Also, if you dont want to be thirsty after dinner, make sure to ask the chef to bypass the extra sauces sauce on your meal, as they tend to be heavy handed on salt/soy/sweet sauces when cooking the meats and vegetables.
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