Ate here with 3 others on a Saturday night, reservations at one of the hibachi tables. The restaurant is large, with around 6 hibachi tables, a long bar, and open seating in between. It was smoky in the restaurant, and our clothes smelled like grease when we left.
Ordered sushi as appetizer, didn't arrive until after the soup and salad. I ordered a noodle dish that was not cooked on the grill, it arrived when the cook arrived at the grill. Told our server it should come when the other food was ready, he just said "oh sorry" and left. I waited until he returned and told him to make a new one in 20 minutes when the grilled meals were done.
Very basic hibachi food. The "chefs" were doing the standard flames and burning onion tower and train whistle schtick, with little excitement. The dining area is open, so you get to see/hear this routine time and time again during your meal. The food was very oily, the dipping sauces were needed to add flavor. My noodles were overcooked and oily as well. Japanese food is subtle and simple, and requires fresh ingredients, not happening here.
On my walk to the restroom, my shoes stuck to the carpet. They crank a lot of people through here, don't expect anything great.
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