Great theatre. This type of restaurant is about more than the food.
The food. We had the Hakone which was a selection of dishes cooked in front of you, the beef was very tasty. The quantity was about right for us.
Atmosphere. It got busy from 6:30 and with the Sake flowing the vibe was pretty good.
Being moved between the second to last dish and the desert from the grill to a table off to the side so they could squeeze more customers in.
The chopsticks. Wooden pull apart like you would get at a hawkers. At $100 per head I would expect better utensils.
Having to remind a waitress about a drinks order.
If you have never or rarely eaten at this style of restaurant it is a bit of fun and very tasty.
However for this price, in Adelaide, it did not amaze.
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