We were in town and just wanted some hibachi. Found this place while walking around. The restaurant is a little tucked away, and the inside is a little dated and dark. The food was excellent. The cook was a delight and very funny. I did not have the sushi but the lady next to me did and it looked beautiful and she said it was great. Portions were good size. We would go again if in the area.
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