We sat at one of the Hibachi tables. Since we got there after the lunch crowd we had to wait a little for the table to fill up.
The show was really good as the chef displayed the normal tricks with the cooking utensils.
I was a little disappointed that they do not use Bean Sprouts as a part of their stir fry, but never the less the food was very good.
We did order a couple of Sushi rolls prior to our main course and they were both excelent. The Philadelphia Roll is a common favorite as well as the Matsu Roll. Both were very delicious. After the Sushi we were served the Onion soop and a small salad.
The chef appeared to the table with his cart and started his show.
With the two sushi rolls and the two entre's our bill came to a little over $60. I had the Teriyaki Chicken and my wife had the Tuna. The Tuna was overcooked and dry and so was my chicken.
Our overall impression was that it was just OK and nothing to write home about. I would probably eat there again in the future
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