The actual spelling of this restaurant is Kyoto, but that's tripadvisor's fault. We were a large group and called ahead to reserve. We were assured we would have enough space. Sadly when we got there, we were jammed into a corner so one of us had to eat off the corner of a table. The prices seemed high, but I told myself there would be a typical Japanese cooking show and ordered the Teriyaki Steak. We also had a couple Sushi Rolls and Fried Rice. Others ordered the combinations (including the $37.95 Ninja Special).
I have to say our Vietnamese chef was an amusing guy and we had heaps of laughs at his antics. Don't think he won't throw food at you, he will. He concluded with a bit of a fire show and we called for the bill. SURPRISE! There was an automatic 18% tip included. I'd say it is worth trying once for the experience, but I won't be back.
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