Here also one of the oldest Hibachi place in Miami, destroyed with Andrew but rebuilt and newly restored. Even though it has changed hands and the chicken livers disappeared from the menu, the place is a great place to take the children out. I always take my friends from abroad there if they have their kids because if you are lucky or if you stimulate the cook enough, it will be a great moment of peace from your kids. The food is traditional Hibachi even though they offer sushi too. I always take the samurai triple and it is great. You can have fried rice too but I suggest one for two is enough. Here again no sophistication in the dishes but straight Hibachi. not the place for date, but great for friends and family.
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