Ate here recently with my wife. We both had a hibachi lunch. She had the filet mignon, I had scallops. Both very tasty. Service was good too. Enjoyed the Coy Pond that ran through the restaurant.
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Beware if you go the establishment is old and rundown. Restrooms are always a good indicator and they are in rough shape. Food at the Hibachi was good, however if you have any food allergy, don't assume they can or will accomidate. Also if you order a non alcoholic beverage know that you are charged per drink. They will ask... More
Hey people..tired of that boring sit down steak dinner at Average Joes steak house..Try Koto, you won't regret it. Ok..some of you are fans..already. Make your reservations as it can be busy. The food was very good and the service top notch. The chefs are entertaining doing there routine moves flipping a chicken breast or tenderloin. My ownly negative was... More
The best nigiris I've tried in Vermont have been here. I tried uni (sea urchin) for the first time, and boy was it dissapointing; a weak flavour, but at least the creamy texture was enjoyable. The maguro had a beautiful red color, and it tasted good, but the toro was the winner; even though 6 dollars for one piece is... More
The food was ok, but our server was terrible. The experience started out ok. We asked for lemon with our waters, none came. Ok, it happens. We pointed this out and got lemons. We ordered an appetizer and was served the dish without plates. Our server rushed off before we could say anything. We were able to grab his attention... More
The fish comes in fresh on Friday...we go early to avoid the hustle and bustle of the hibachi crowd. Getting in and out of the parking lot can be a hassle.
I've been going here for take out for the past couple months trying to whittle away at a gift certificate that was given to me for my birthday. A hundred dollars lasted me 3 take out trips, with me avoiding the entrees and only ordering apps and sushi, and only eating for one. I actually had to add 10 dollars... More
Five family members came here for a meal before my husband and I returned to Pennsylvania. There is no similar restaurant in our area so we enjoyed the show, and a chance to see our daughter, son in law and grandson. The food was plentiful, and we enjoyed three young ladies sharing a Scorpion ? drink at the next table.... More
I had heard plenty of good things before coming in for dinner recently. Everything was excellent! I love the layout and while I didn't sit at one of the Hibachi tables, they are entertaining even from a distance. Absolutely enjoyed being able to mix both chicken and beef Teriyaki! Looking forward to coming back again.
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