If you like the venue of Japanese cooking on a Hibachi Grill while you watch, then this restaurant is what you are looking for. They also have other booths for ordering from the menu, but I cannot go to a Sake-style restaurant and not get the Hibachi Grill for dinner.
The chefs are very well-trained and come to the table laden down with the raw ingredients it will take to cook everyone's entree. They do pay special attention to families with children so everyone has a good experience. Showmanship is part of this style of dinner, after all.
The food is excellent and the staff is very accommodating, even if a bit robotic. They make sure you are entertained and have good food to eat - and that's a good tradition.
This style of restaurant is no longer as upscale as it used to be, but is still quite tasty and worth taking in once in a while.
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