We went on a recent Friday night about 6:30 - it wasn't too busy and we got seated right away. We ordered drinks, then appetizers and our meal. We waited a little bit before our chef came to our table to cook our Tepenyaki, probably about 25 minutes. He started cooking - a little bit of the "showmanship" that Hibachi had, but not quite as entertaining and engaging. Food was okay - I had the chicken - tender, good flavor - I also tried the filet mignon and it was only okay, not seasoned very well, and not super tender as it should be. The veggies were good. On a negative note - our appetizers came well into our dinner - separately. The baked clams came almost when we were done. Also, I ordered steamed rice, and our chef seemed to forget it and moved on to another table. We had to ask him where it was - it was accidentally set up for his new table - honest mistake for sure.....but only a mediocre experience. Everyone was very nice there though. Also, our tablemates had 2 small children (under 5) whom they let run the entire restaurant for a good chunk of dinner. I'm thinking that maybe the wait staff was so busy babysitting this couple's child that they were distracted with taking dinner orders. I felt bad for the waiters because it is obviously not their job to dodge little children with trays in their hands, or to make sure they're not going where they shouldn't. Bad parenting.
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