When we saw the multitudes of hibachi customers waiting to be seated we asked for a table and was seated right away. Waitress came by with no knowledge of bar drinks let alone anything on the menu. We miscommunicated for several minutes and even provided instruction on how to pronounce Gyoza, what wasabi was and what pickled ginger we. Had to spell out vodka, soda and lime ("what kind is soda do you want?) and what gin, tonic and twist of lemon was. She brought our appetizer and first round of drinks and then just disappeared. We finally had to ask the sushi chef for our order and plates to put it on. Had to walk to the bar and personally order more drinks so we got what we wanted -- even then I finally said "whatever" and took what they prepared. But, in all fairness, our waitperson had NO training, didn't know the menu, etc,and that's not their fault. The owners/managers set that server up to fail but literally throwing to the wolves on day one.
Food? Wasn't too bad. Service? What service? Will we return? No sir. But then again, consider where in the Wild West this remote community is and ask why anyone would, in their right mind, order sushi when there are no fish within a thousand miles. All things considered, they are providing a unique experience where beef steak rules.
Try for yourself, be your own judge, and consider where in Oklahoma they run ths restaurant.