We both had a family menu - a chicken katsu and beef teriyaki - the chicken was dry (I remember hearing a microwave click before being served so being heated in such a manner would account for its dryness. The Beef teriyaki while not as dry was not cooked to order - I felt both dishes tasted as if they were simply reheated. The salad leaves were fresh. The miso soup was so so (not as flavoursome as the ones I've eaten in Tokyo but a plus it wasn't too salty). The tempura shrimps were not in a light crisp batter - tasted more like a hot dog batter around the shrimps - not the typical light tempura batter for which the Japanese are renowned. The california rolls were passable but the sushi rice could have been more flavoursome. Pickled ginger to accompany would have been nice. I wouldn't want this be anyone's first introduction to Japanese food.
Prices reasonable but quality lacking. Most of the staff appear happy.
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