This is a very decent and consistent Japanese place, perhaps the best in town for pricing and quality balance. I have been there consistently since it opened.
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Our kids love to go here for their birthdays. We always go to the habachi grill and have not been disappointed yet. The cooks are fun to watch. The food is always wonderful. We love the fried rice. You will not walk away hungry. The...More
I wasn't very impressed with the inside look. We weren't able to wait an hour for the hibachi so we sat in the dining area and you could tell it used to be a steakhouse. I ordered a sushi roll ( I think it was...More
We went after graduation ceremony at local university. All staff were very friendly and fun. One staff was training a new waitress and her attention to her needs was noticed (appeared to care for a positive training experience) Food was excellent!!!
We took the entire office staff to dinner here for a Team-Building event. The Hibachi Chef was very entertaining and full of tricks and jokes. At one point he was squirting Saki from a bottle into each persons mouth while he counted to two. When...More
This was not my first visit to Osaka but it was very good. The restaurant used to be a Timber Lodge Steakhouse and you could see outlines on the faded walls of old farm implements that used to hang on the walls. Fortunately they have...More
The grill artist we had was less than aveage as compared to similiar settngs in Williamsburg, VA; San Antonio, TX and far cry from grill artists in Los Angeles. The preparation was the same old so-so show, the food just OKL. Fried rice is fried...More
A limo pulled up as we were about to walk in so we were worried it would be over crowded, but we got a table quickly and asked for a spot by the fireplace we were quickly accommodated. Service was very friendly and attentive when...More
My family ate here after Thanksgiving for something completely different. I'd never eaten hibachi before, but I'm glad we did! The experience was a lot of fun! It was kind of mesmerizing to watch the chef juggle knives before he started preparing our food. Speaking...More