It's a little disappointing to see what's become of this 30+ year old restaurant. When they first opened, it was far better than the best Benihana, and young Mr. Noda was the star attraction. Sadly, the restaurant has seen better days, and really needs a good cleaning. I'd love to see it restored to it's former glory.
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