Went with a party of 5 plus me (for total of 6). And I was on a separate ticket since I was with my friend and her family. The waitress was obviously clueless she's been there 2mths (I asked) and my friend ordered an app....More
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We started going to this restaurant few years ago and it was okay. Now its so dirty and we talked to the manager so many times about the restaurant and hibachi grill being dirty everything is so greasy and disgusting. I don't step a foot...More
We were somewhat reluctant to try this place because of others customers comments. We went in at 6PM on a Friday night. The place was crowded but we were seated at a habachi table within two minutes. Our table had 3 other persons already seated...More
We were in the area and saw that google appeared to have good reviews for this place so we expected better. The waitress was rude and uninviting, carried on a side conversation while serving others. The food came quickly but was very bland and boring....More
You have a choice of sitting in one section with family/friends or at the hibachi grill. Food quality great and portion size beyond adequate. Friendly service. Accomodating
I live in this town and this is/was my go to spot for friends and family. We walked out due to a snotty nose servers comment. And to top it off a half hearted sorry from a so called manager that didnt show her face...More
20% off regular sushi rolls for dinner (every night?) was a nice surprise! No free miso ($3??) must be where they make up the difference though.
Friendly, decently run, Americanized "Japanese" joint with fairly-priced, well constructed "fusion sushi." Aga-dashi dofu was below par but rest of food was good. Noodles etc. standard but kinda hard to butcher those. Reasonable option in a college town food desert.
We had not been to a Japanese restaurant in years. Enjoyed the experience all the way from the soup and salad, to the chef show in cooking our food. Very tasty😃