As for Hibachi style dining, this was on par with most--and they are generally entertaining. We were one of the lucky tables that had an authentic chef--not a college kid dressed up like one. The food was great, the sushi was delicious (try the roll that is fried crawfish tail, topped with steak--it's great), and everything was rather enjoyable.
The only downside was the wait. We didn't have reservations, and had to wait about an hour to get a table--luckily the bar was easily accessible and the provides a good lace to mingle and relax.