Was excited to try this place out for lunch. Read the menu online, and was expecting very high quality food for how expensive even the lunch entrees are, but was quite disappointed. The bento box with teriyaki chicken was just fine, nothing special. We paid $20 for a fire scallop roll of sushi which was the highlight of the meal. But then again, for the quality and amount I would except to pay about $13 or so. Probably won't be back, I would much rather have star sushi.
Overall, the experience was ok. We elected to sit in a booth because we don’t usually order anything from the grill. My husband got the soft shelled crab, Crispy Alaskan and the Rainbow roll. I got the King Kani, No Name and salmon roe. The soft shelled crab was really good. The rolls were all flavorable. The salmon roe is usually good but this time their were some harder pieces. You can always count on your drink being filled but don’t expect the service to exquisite.
Great food and fun atmosphere. I visited here all the way from Kansas for my sons birthday weekend. He enjoys hibachi and Japanese food. I have been to many hibachis over the years. I will say our chef was very talented, creative and unique. The teriyaki chicken, shrimp and salmon and fried rice we selected was very delicious and very large portions. The way the chef entertained everyone at the table and the kiddos who were with their parents was delightful. The green led light, fun fire volcano and rice tossing was very different. I look forward to visiting again! (I was glad their ventilation system when cooking word so very well. I’ve experienced other establishments where the grill and smoke make your eyes burn. This is spot is much more enjoyable.
I celebrated my 60th birthday here with my family. The food was excellent as always. My only issue was the chef. He was nice but not very interactive with the group. His focus seemed to be on one customer at the table, which was either a friend or acquaintance of his, as if no one else was at the table. The only time he spoke with the rest of us was when asking how we wanted our food prepared.
First time visiting the steakhouse. We all had a wonderful time with our family. The kids really loved the food show! The food was great too, the staff was awesome as well. My brother and his girlfriend go at least two times a month, so we had to give it a try and see what the hoot was all about, lol. Must say it was pretty good and we really enjoyed ourselves. The plates are very large, so if you're going in with several kids, they all do not need their own meal. At least 2 kids can share one meal. My mother, daughter, who is five, and I all shared one meal. You first get a soup and salad, then rice, then your meat & veggies. It's all kids of served to you at seperat times. But we all had something a little different, and it was all delightful and so good. We had a few appetizers to share. We went in with about 8 of us, I believe, and spent around $200, so just be prepared to spend a little money if you want to go to a cool Japanese steakhouse like this. And remember, we even shared plates as well. I'm just trying to leave an honest review. But all in all, it was delicious and we will visit again!
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