No complaints about the quality of the food, however half of the allure of a teppanyaki restaurant is the performance of the chef.
Tossed salad was delicious, as was the soup. We ordered a single order of California rolls to split. The eight (count-em - eight!) rolls were fresh and very tasty. Wasabi and ginger were excellent.
The main course (steak and shrimp) was very good as well.
The chef needed a lot more polish. The server was not on the ball and forgot to bring our steamed rice. Front desk staff were flat-out unwelcoming and unprofessional.
The bill with tip was almost $75 for the two of us and we didn't have anything to drink other than water.
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