My wife's favorite restaurant and always proud to be served by Chef Taylor, he is a Teppanyaki artist! Good food, good portions, good people.
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Interesting place, trying to be Benihanas(sp) but no were near. The hostess, was about as happy as a "dead fish",they are waaaay to slow in service and not attentive to customers needs,like replacing our "rote gut" wine they served. Now the food,that's another story. It...More
We got the only white man cook in the place and he was a lot of fun...a little sarcastic humor and personable...the prepared well with a little entertainment thrown in...Lots of rice...the Filet was good but the Terriyaki Chicken was very good...Prices were reasonable but...More
I have been here a handful of times over the past few years. Last night we had Killian as our chef. He was very good, full of appropriate jokes but not overdone, with some interesting personal stories tossed in. He read his age-mixed audience well....More
My family has been coming here on and off for the last 15 years. I remember coming here as a kid, and then as a teenager, and now as an adult I find myself coming back. Over the last few years I feel that the...More
Shoji's has been a staple of Southern Oregon for over 30 years now. It is always a great place to get one of thier signature drinks or enjoy a live show as they cook right in front of you.
Myself and my fiancé work in the Middle East but reside in Medford. Everytime we go home on leave, we always have a family meal at Shoji's a day or so before we depart. It's just plain good fun and dining. The chef's are fantastic...More
I've visited this establishment five times in the last 15 years, and each time the experience has been so-so, considering the quality of the food for the price. Last night was the last straw. We had family in town, with two kids in tow (10...More
I have gone here several times and its always very good food. The humor of the chefs needs to either be upgraded or just plain left out. I would enjoy watching a chef spin knives then listen to the same old corny and I do...More