I went in with my girlfriend on a Saturday night; we both wanted hibachi. There was only one other couple there, and we were sat with them. Across from us were stacks of dirty dishes; it looked like enough for over ten people. The chef cooked our food and it was done tastily, but there was no show or traditional entertainment. Instead we learned all about him and how he was just starting out.
I would not suggest going here for the show; prices were comparable to other places but the cleanliness and presentation did not warrant the cost.
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