This place emphasizes its "teppan-yaki" (plate-grilled food) with numerous teppan stations filling the center of the restaurant. Regular tables, and a sushi bar with about 20 seats are also available if you want to avoid the noise and show at the teppan tables.
We stopped in for lunch, and had a good time, and good food, off the teppan grill. The Chef's show is part of the experience, but I have to admit, it is less interesting the 50th time through.
My wife's small filet was tender and tasty. My calamari/scallop combo was somewhat unusual for the area, but grilled tender and tasty.
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