The Food was outstanding and so was the Teppan chef who cooked it ..... however, the smell of stale grease inside the restaurant was so off putting we almost left. And the less said about the carpet, the better .... If this place had just a modest investment in new flooring and a more appealing 'smell' as you walk in, I'd have to believe it's custom would double. Glad we stayed as the food was better than Benihana.
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