We visited Morimoto with family visiting from out of town. Our party was 6 including 2 teens, one with a broken leg and needed to be in a wheelchair. The staff were very accommodating. The decor is very minimal, and they did a great job with the frosted glass partitions to allow for some privacy and noise control. The staff were very attentive and the manager came over several times during our meal. Some must haves when dining here are the toro tartare, the Wagyu A5 beef which cooks table side on a hot stone. The beef was absolutely amazing and after learning about how hard it is for beef to achieve the A5 rating, it enhanced the experience even more. The sashimi and sushi appetizer was also very good. We ordered sake with our meal which was great. The desserts were also incredible. Our teenagers were able to experience a really amazing meal.
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