My wife and I are always up for teppanyaki, and whenever we get to Lansing, we try to make time to stop in here. We've probably eaten here six or seven times over the past few years, and we've always been very pleased with the food and the service.
My wife usually orders a filet mignon-lobster combo and I usually get one with shrimp and scallops. The chefs put on a good show with all the standard jokes and tricks: shrimp tossing, onion volcanos, eggs in the hat, the steam locomotive, etc. Once we had a band-new chef who was just starting out and he was fun to watch too as he bungled one trick after another.
The dinners come with miso soup, a small shrimp appetizer, a salad (the ginger dressing is good), rice (or fried rice or noodles), tea, and a shot of plum wine or a small bowl of ice cream. For $20-30 per person, I think that's a pretty good deal.
Oh, I can't tell you anything about the sushi; we never order it.
There are several nearby hotels within walking distance so it can sometimes be a little crowded even if the parking lot doesn't look full.
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