I've generally stuck with the chicken hibachi which I love. I've substituted the very good miso soup for the soup that otherwise would come with it, usually add a house salad and occasionally also the very good seaweed salad. I'm not a fan of sushi and haven't had the sushi, but lunch companions have said it was very good and Osaka recently got an award for having the best sushi in central Virginia, so it probably is.
I've always gotten a table in the separate room, because I'm not a fan of the noisy chef show at the seats around the grills, but if you are, go for it!
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