This place has a sushi bar, a bar bar, a section of hibachi cooking tables, and ordinary table service. I'm not an expert on Japanese cuisine but I think everything is good. I was at Ooka last night with a party of eight and we had everything from sushi to teriyaki . Presentation is beautiful too.
I sympathize with Ben K's review below, my group got the same table. It's also too close to the hibachi area where people get rowdy during the performance cooking. If you have a small group, like 4, ask to be away from the hibachi area (you want to go the left as you enter).
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