Earliest reservation we got was 8:30. It's also the time for last orders.
Quite typical teppanyaki. They proudly advertised that all staff were female. Can't see the relevance as far as food is concerned.
Good Wagyu Sirloin but the cooking didn't match the quality of the meat. The young lady didn't have the expertise of your experienced teppan chef.
OK meal for an ok price
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