I came to Osaka Bistro with some new friends, and we were seated at a large table in the back. The waitress was quick and attentive but did not bother us needlessly, instead leaving the six of us to converse freely.
Their idea of a buffet was unlike anything I'd seen before, but very good for our meeting. You indicate up to four things you would like, and they bring it out on small plates. A Lazy Susan helps reach the people in the back.
The food was delicious, hot, and met and exceeded my expectations. However, I had two minor problems. One, anything with beef carries an additional charge. This adds up fast. (But don't pass on it, it's good, but the chicken is just as good.) Second, despite the fact that you put your name on the order card, they don't know whose plate is whose. You kind of have to remember what boxes you ticked.
I did not try the sushi so I cannot comment on that. Definitely would go again, though.
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