OK Ok Ok we did show up at the start of dinner service. But the multitude of workers milling about might just be that they are anxious to serve? Or not.
Service was prompt, but the hibachi chef had no "show" in his presentation. I thought that these cooks/chefs were supposed to spin eggs and make onion volcanos? Not our guy. We got three good sized meals and a bunch of sushi for $117 including tip. Pricey? Yes. Probably not worth that much. I'd say in the $80 range for what we received.
This restaurant is a sister one to Nagoya in Conyers (which I actually prefer). But, it was still tastey----how bad can you mess up fried rice?
I will go here again, but it will be a while.