I’ve been meaning to come to this place for a while now. I finally managed to have a day off from studying and go there. I liked the atmosphere of the place, but I couldn’t say the same about the food. It wasn’t great but it was good. We had a variety so we tried out pretty much everything. We almost ended up sitting next to a gay couple which would have made thing worse.
I really liked how the tables were set up. Most tables come with their own chef that cooks your food right in front of you.. Many tables have 8 chairs, which can be divided to two groups of four or four groups of two. Be cautioned the metal surface is really hot so don’t try touching it. The chef’s are super hyper which is enjoyable to some.
If you are a group of two make sure to let the chef know. Because in our situation we had two other guys next to us and he assumed we were one group since we chatted with them. He then mixed up who ordered what and gave them the shrimp we ordered. Fortunately we became good friends but in other situations it may be the exact opposite.
You start off with a Complimentary Onion Soup. It’s a great healthy way to start your dinner and it tasted fine. The spoon is huge and by the time you’ve reached half way, it gets hard getting the soup on the spoon. Since it’s complementary, I’m not complaining.
You then dig in the Complementary Salad. Which tasted great, the lettuce and tomato tasted fresh. I’m not sure what sauce they used but I liked it just as much. I thought it was going to be hard eating a salad with chopsticks but it was easier than I thought.
My friend for some odd reason decided to go healthy and ordered some Edamame. It tasted just like it was suppose to I guess. Be sure to add salt and lemon to spice up the flavour. Before you know it they all disappear.
I’m not sure why they call this appetizer Extra Shrimp, specially since this can cause confusion. We told the chef we just ordered shrimp, nothing extra. He started quietly freaking out and didn’t know what to respond. You can have it in both small or big pieces dependant on your choice.
I settled with some chicken, as I always do. It’s called Hibachi Chicken and it’s the only chicken main meal on their entire menu. The chicken tasted reasonable, nothing special. If you like steak then I would recommend that instead, as my friend said it was better.
Fillet Mignon comes in small pieces but that just makes it easier with the chopsticks. Still some want the classic knife and fork way. At the beginning you get 2 sauces one being ginger so you’ll have something to dip those miniature steaks in. To be frank I forgot to picture the steak and there was only 1 piece left, so I had to photoshop the rest, hence why they look identical.