We had dinner at Mt. Fuji on Saturday night. Although we arrived a little early (around 6:30), the place was empty with the exception of a bachelorette party at one of the hibachi tables. The staff was nice, and very attentive. But we were a little concerned about the place being empty on a Saturday night, so we decided to eat from the cooked menu, just in case the turnover on the raw fish left it a little less than fresh.
We ordered an assortment of dishes - salmon teriyaki, vegetable tempura, chicken udon, and chicken tonkatsu. All of the dishes were prepared as if cooked by someone who was familiar with Japanese cuisine, but either didn't really know how it was prepared or was going for some king of Japanese/Korean/Chinese fusion thing. The teriyaki sauce on the salmon was thin and lacked flavor, the sauce for the tempura was prepared with added ginger, and the tonkatsu was served ina big bowl over fried rice, with vegetables piled on top like Korean Bi Bim Bop. Nothing was terrible, but no one really enjoyed the meal either.
So if you REALLY have a craving for Japanese, and there is no other choice locally, this is Ok. But I wouldn't go out of my way for it based on this experience. But we didn't try the sushi or hibachi, so maybe our menu choices didn't show the restaurant's strengths, either.
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