I have a real bias about Teriyaki with specific likes, dislikes, don'ts and won'ts. This is a nice restaurant, the food is good, the accommodations a little spartan, but the family that runs it are nice people. They also serve a Chinese menu, and my gut feeling is they prefer to do Chinese over Teriyaki. There teriyaki is good, but to me, it's not superior. One won't feel disappointed over their fare. There is better out there. I'm walking a fine line here. Lucky is worth trying, and I've been there multiple times. I have other places I frequent as well.
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