It is hard to get into the hibachi part. I had filet mignon that was delish! But we go there on a regular basis for their sushi. My first sushi was in Japan, and doesn't get any better. However, after coming back the US, I was disgusted by the sushi in WA. The biggest problem was that the quality was inconsistent. You don't ever know how fresh the fish is, or how chewy the seaweed wrap will be. I have never been disappointed by the sushi here. It is sooo good. Proof positive: even Japanese natives eat there. Try the Philadelphia roll.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.