We could not believe it when we walked in - it was a cold night but there was no excuse for the restaurant to be so cold that all the patrons were wearing winter coats and many were wearing hats. We were put in the private tea room where taking off shoes was required, so many of us put our mittens on our feet. The meal took 2 1/2 hours and the kitchen must have been frozen as well because although a couple of us ordered the same thing, the meal was different. The sukiyaki was really rice noodles with veggies. I used the menus to try to block some of the draft coming off the window, but it was hopeless. One of our party came back from the rest room and announced he could see his breath, it was that cold. It would have been chalked up to a fun adventure, but the meal was $50 each - insane for the fact we didn't have very much food or wine and did not order dessert. We wish this was a better restaurant, because we were excited there was an Asian restaurant in our area. (And, oh yes, good luck finding it tucked in back of a strip mall off the road - half of our party got lost even using GPS's.)
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