Atmosphere - Large bar and eating area on the right as you enter. If you are there for the Teppanyaki, there are plenty of tables and not a very long wait.
Teppanyaki Menu: What you would expect at any other Japanese steakhouse ... one difference is that they have a "Mikado" Rib Eye thats a little more expensive than the Filet Mignion; they also have lobster (which others don't usually carry.) I had the filet and it was cooked perfectly and tender! The food portions were bigger than many other Japanese steakhouses around town. The vegetables were salty - next time I'd ask for less soy sauce.
Service - Very good - there is a waiter standing by the side of the table. I was glad to see that a few of the waitstaff were real Japanese - our chef was also Japanese.Overall, if you want to have a (not so great) dinner show, plenty of food, with decent service, I would consider this place. I cannot attest to the quality of the lunch buffet - I am wary of buffets in general.
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