Benihana's is to japanese cooking as Chucky cheese is to Italian. Both are all show and bad food. I checked out the menu at Fu-ki before going there. It showed donburi bowls, tempura and hibachi food. I wanted some hibachi grilled meat and tempura vegetables and this seemed to be the place. I was wrong. a hibachi is a container (usually square and cast iron but may be round and ceramic) with charcoal briquettes in it. Here it is called hibachi style and cooked on a flat top by a cook with a tall toque on his head who tries to impress with knife skills and ability to throw shrimp with a spatula. It is just an attempt to copy Benihana's. Still looking for meat cooked over briquettes. This is entertaining but mediocre food.
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