My major concern was the cleanliness of the establishment. The hibachi grill itself was not the cleanest I've seen by far. I dine at hibachi-style restaurants quite often, and the grill on which the food is prepared is usually spotless. This grill had old food and grease residue along the sides and looked as if it does not get cleaned as thoroughly as it should on a regular basis. I also noticed that when the cook came out to prepare the food, he wiped the grill with rags that were dirty and stained. The looked as if they had been used to wipe MANY other things in the restaurant. That "wipe-down" was probably more of a transference of germs than anything. Additionally, there were plates already set on the table around the grill and all of them were dirty. We kept looking at other plates, trying to find clean ones. Our waitress noticed and went to the back to bring us fresh clean ones from the back. My boyfriend even noticed that the side glass door near our grill was spotty and very dirty, as if no one had cleaned it in ages. I know the door doesn't play a part in our actual meal, but the cleaniliness of the restaurant in general speaks volumes to how well maintained the food prep areas are in the back. If staff cannot properly clean the areas that are actually seen by patrons, one can only wonder what the kitchen looks like. Nonetheless, my honey and I always try to make the best of any dining experience and found the food to be good...nothing especially outstanding, but good. Typical hibachi. The waitress and the cook were friendly and overall it was an ok experience.