If possible, arrive before happy hour ends (7:30). We celebrated a birthday, so our table was filled with family. Kathy, our server, was very friendly & helpful. She even reminded us happy hour was about to end ;) The tuna tataki appetiser was excellent, though sparse. Soup & salad good, ( ask for dressing on the side). The show began with our Chef Eric. After he verified our orders, he threw a pile of rice on the hot surface & began to prepare a delicious fried rice. Along the way he made a huge happy face & a "baked fish" with the rice. We had steak, tender & cooked to order, shrimp, chicken, lobster, & some of the best scallops ever. The vegetables were plentiful & well cooked, seasoning was just right, w a touch of salt added. Eric entertained thru the whole process. I did not explore the restaurant, so I can't speak to the cleanliness other than what I observed on a limited basis. No issues noted. Price is probably a third or more less than what you would pay at other Hibachi style restaurants.
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